Xbox One child account can't play Terraria multiplayer online

Issue

Xbox One child account cannot play Terraria in multiplayer/online mode. When starting the game, "Online" option is greyed out and cannot be selected. If the child tried to join his friend's game, the game starts but then immediately displays an error message "The game will end due to the Membership Content settings of one of the signed in profiles".

The child has Xbox privacy option "Join multiplayer games" set by his parent to "Allow" and other games work in multiplayer mode just fine.

Windows 10 - We can't connect to Microsoft family at the moment...

Issue

Changes made to Microsoft Family children accounts on https://account.microsoft.com/family are not applied to Windows 10 PC.
After logging in to the PC with a parent's account I found following message in Settings > Accounts > Family and other users.

We can't connect to Microsoft family at the moment, so your family on this device might not be up to date.

Move U-Play game to another hard drive

There are few different ways you can move installed games from one hard drive to another without having to re-download them. The method I used involves manually moving the game folder to a new location and then creating NTFS Directory Junction to trick U-Play into thinking the game is still in its old location. I used this to move U-Play game Assassin's Creed Syndicate, but the same method should work with Steam, Origin and other games.

Combine individual media tracks into mp4 file

My MP4Box GUI is a tool I normally use to combine individual video and audio tracks (h264, aac, etc.) into a valid mp4 file. My MP4Box GUI is just a GUI wrapper for a free command line utility called MP4Box.

Usage is very simple - add all tracks into the main application window and click Mux button...



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