Required network end points may not be reachable
Video playback errors (such as 626 or 699 errors) most commonly occur when a playback device is having difficulty communicating with our licensing servers. This licensing process takes place when a user selects a movie to view.
In certain environments (such as K-12 schools or in countries with tightly restricted internet access), it is common to have strict network rules that can interfere with normal network traffic. In order for the cloud streaming service to function properly, a number of network end-points must be reachable.
These network end-points must be reachable by the client devices in order for users to successfully view a film. This information should be brought to the attention of your institution's network administrators as well as the administrators for any managed devices (such as ChromeBooks).
The video player cannot be embedded in another page or frame
In the screen shot below we see the Swank video player page (in dark blue and gray) being embedded inside a Learning Management System (LMS) page (in white) -
The video playback page must always be opened in its own browser window or tab. Embedding the video player inside another page or frame disrupts the proper functioning of the Digital Rights Management (DRM) that protects our video streams. As you can see in the screen shot above, this results in a video playback error. Note that the exact text of the playback error may vary depending on a variety of circumstances.