Plex Media Server update is now available



Plex Media Server version has been released to the public. It’s a relatively light update, including a single change and a few fixes but we’d recommend installing the latest release of PMS, as well as any other NAS package, to ensure you’re running with as few security vulnerabilities as possible. This guide will run you through all the changes and how to install the update.

What’s new in Plex Media Server

The latest Plex Media Server release includes an updated web platform, as well as fixes to various reported bugs.


  • (Web) Updated to 4.108.0


  • (Analysis) Processing an invalid audio file could result in the scanner stalling while producing very large amounts of log data (#14335)
  • (Bandwidth) Very low WAN bandwidth streams could get starved (#14319)
  • (Collections) Refreshing item counts for smart collections could block other operations during startup (#14327)
  • (Library) Advanced Filter for Editions returning unexpected results (#14106)
  • (Library) Items with EPG data could sometimes lose certain metadata fields (#14303)
  • (Transcoder) Hardware transcoding could fail to be used on older Intel GPUs on Linux (#14338)
  • (Windows) Fixed potential file delete/overwrite in updater by an unprivileged user (#14370)

How to install this Plex Media Server update

Package Manager DSM 7
Plex in Package Manager DSM 7. (Source: NAS Master)

Installing the latest version of Plex Media Server couldn’t be easier. Should you be running the software on the best NAS for Plex, all you need to do is run the update process using the enclosure’s web UI. If you’d want to do it manually, download the update from Plex and upload it to your NAS for installation.

We’ve written some guides on how to install and update Plex Media Server for specific NAS brands:

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