Running RadioDJ as “Administrator”?

When it comes to getting the best out of RadioDJ it’s recommended you run the program as “Administrator”


Although some people don’t appear to grasp the fact that it needs running that way.

“That was a lame post there’s no reason to be telling people to run it as an administrator”

We think you’ll find there’s every need to tell people to run RadioDJ as “Administrator”

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Now Playing Text issue (RadioDJ)

Seen a few posts from people who are struggling to get RadioDJ to generate the NowPlaying.txt files.

To get RadioDJ to generate the text file you need to be running RadioDJ as “Administrator”

Now Playing Text

“Newer version of Windows won’t allow writing on C root drive if the application is not running as administrator. It’s not a RadioDJ issue, but a Windows security rule”

Don’t forget to set the location of where you want the program to generate the text file to. e.g C:\NowPlaying.txt

If it’s still not working try lowering your UAC (User Account Control) settings to the lowest setting. As has been said its usually a Windows security problem that stops it from writing the file to the location.

That is all there is to getting a now playing output which can be read by most of the Standalone encoding solutions out there.

Should you still have issues then try the RadioDJ community forums and explain your issue clearly and calmly.

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