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  1. Outcome of the update: FAILED - DSM version prior update: DSM 6.2.3-25426 Update 3 - Loader version and model: JUN'S LOADER v1.03b - DS3615xs - Using custom extra.lzma: NO - Installation type: BAREMETAL - HP Microserver N54L - Notes: Loader appears to boot normally, but there is no response to PING or find.synology. Rollback to previous DSM version was successful, thankfully!
  2. It was my own fault. I completely forgot everything I know about change management and hit update on my live servers, only to watch both of them get bricked. Damn! In my defence, I was still suffering from a rather nasty bout of gastric flu, but it does make me question whether I should turn in my ITIL certification... Anyway, massive thanks to you @IG-88, I followed your process on both servers and they are now happily whirring away again. I'll keep an eye on them to make sure nothing untoward happens, but so far, so good. In my local parlance, you, sir, are a flippin' legend!
  3. Thanks, I intend to keep coming back to see about updates. I had found an option which would be useful (I think it was to do with casting from Apple devices, but I could be wrong) which needs DSM 6.2, but I'm not about to buy hardware for this, so it'll be interesting to see if I can get this release with the internal card in the microserver.
  4. After years of contemplating what to use as a replacement for my ageing Windows Home Server and failing miserably with the hassle of trying to force something to work, someone put me onto XPEnology and said it worked fine on the old Gen 7 Microservers. As I have two N54Ls kicking around doing not very much, I found these instructions and gave it a go. After maybe fifteen minutes of prep work and a few minutes of installation, I've got a full system which will replace that creaking old environment, including a functioning DLNA that will serve up my music in more or less the exact same way the