In the Windows Media Services console tree, click Publishing
On the Action menu, click Add Publishing Point
Complete the steps in the wizard, making sure to select the
On the Content Type page, click One file.
On the Publishing Point Type page, click Broadcast
On the Delivery Options for Broadcast Publishing Points
page, if you want to stream the presentation using multicast,
select the Multicast check box. If you want to stream the
presentation using unicast, select the Unicast check
For unicast broadcasts, on the Completing the Add Publishing
Point Wizard page, you can select the Start publishing point
when wizard finishes check box to start broadcasting the
content from your publishing point immediately after the wizard
finishes. If you need to configure the publishing point, you should
clear this check box.
Also on the Completing the Add Publishing Point Wizard
page, you can start other wizards to help you create announcements
Create an .asx or .htm file. Click this option if you
want to provide users with an announcement file that they can use
to receive your broadcast. The Unicast Announcement Wizard or the
Multicast Announcement Wizard will start.
Create a .wsx file. Click this option if you want to
play certain content to users before they receive the broadcast.
This option is useful for providing distributor identification,
disclaimers, or legal notices. You can also specify content to be
played at the end of your broadcast, but users will not receive
that content if they close their players before the end of the
broadcast. The Create Wrapper Wizard will start.
Create both a .wsx file then .asx file. Click this
option if you want to use the wizards to create both a wrapper
playlist and an announcement.
This procedure only applies to the Windows Media
If you are using multicast delivery with your
recorded presentation, you must run the Multicast Announcement
Wizard for players to connect to your stream. A URL connection is
not available for multicast delivery. In addition, wrapper
playlists cannot be used with multicast delivery.