Authorize Roon Server

FAQ: How do I Authorize / Unauthorize Roon Server

Unauthorizing the old Roon Server 

Upon logging into Roon on your new Roon Server, Roon will provide a popup window asking you if you want to unauthorize the previous machine running Roon Server, and authorize the current one. Click 'unauthorize' on the old machine.




Reauthorizing a server is as simple as logging back into the previous device running Roon Server again.

This process should be quick and only take a couple of minutes at most.


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