Cannot play Xbox Music on my Windows 8

Hi, I am trying to play Music on my Xbox Music app. Whenever I try to play song I get error. I tried reinstalling, it does not work. These are the error messages. Xbox Music: Can't play Can't check usage rights. Make sure you have internet access, then restart the app. 0xc00d12f7 (0xc00d2728) I found one similar question over here Which suggested rename DRM Folder to DRM.old. But When I go C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\, I do not see any DRM Folder. This problem is annoying. My Music pass subscription will get over without using, if the problem persist.
 

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Last updated July 4, 2018 Views 14 Applies to:

I'm having this exact same problem - was working fine, then after I changed my @outlook.com password, it never worked again.

Works fine on my windows phone, just not on any Windows 8 device

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Hi there bdfunda! What device are you trying to play the music on?   Can you try downloading those tracks directly from the Marketplace?

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Same thing I get.  Pretty frustrating.  It worked Friday but now it says I do not have the rights.  Must be something on Microsofts end.

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I got it solved in the thread which I posted before on Microsoft communities

refer this link:

answers.microsoft.com/.../d53b7d31-b595-4c6e-a1bf-04785a5b898c

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