In some cases, you might notice that Hanwha Media Server won’t start on Windows OS boot.
WAVE Media Server is considered to be a "Service" from the OS point of view. Windows has some strict timeout to run all planned services after OS start. If something can't "fit" into this timeout it will be omitted.
To fix this you'll need to manually tune the WAVE Media Server settings:
- Open "Services" at your windows start menu
- Find "Hanwha Media Server" point and right-click it
- Go to "Properties"
- Change "Startup type" value from "Automatic" (default) to "Automatic (Delayed Start)" at the drop-down list