PlexGuide

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Mission Statement: PlexGuide is an all-in-one media solution that deploys a Media Server through the use of your Local HD or Google Drive; serving as an unlimited back-end storage. PlexGuide utilizes Ansible and Docker to streamline your Media Server, while deploying multiple tools for your Server Operations.

https://plexguide.com
https://github.com/Admin9705/PlexGuide.com-The-Awesome-Plex-Server

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