Consider the following scenario. On a Windows Vista-based computer, you share media by using the Windows Media Player Network Sharing Service. Additionally, you configure the computer as a Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) server. Then, you try to view a JPEG image on the DLNA server from a DLNA client, such as from DLNA-aware TV. However, if the JPEG image’s height or width is larger than 4096 pixels, the image is corrupted.