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Allow or Block DLNA Media Streaming Devices in Windows 10 and Windows 11

DLNA media streaming allows you to send your music, pictures, and videos to other computers and DLNA supported devices on your network. It also allows you to receive media from other computers and DLNA supported devices.

If you turned on DLNA media streaming, any media device detected on your network will automatically get added to the allow/block list and default streaming settings will be applied to it.

If you remove a media device from the list, it will automatically get added back if detected on your network again, and will have default streaming settings applied to it.

You can allow or block media devices to access your shared media.

This tutorial will show you how to allow or block DLNA media streaming devices access to your shared media for your account in Windows 10 and Windows 11.

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