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I have a NAS (WD MyBook Live) shipped with Twonky Media Server 5.1.9 who actually works pretty well, but it doesn't show my iTunes (10.7) playlists (the iTunes library is stored on it, under the default Public/Shared Music folder.

I've tried to edit the twonkymedia-server.ini config file in order to add the: ituneslib=/shares/Public/Shared Music/iTunes Music Library.xml as I read on a forum, but it doesn't worked (yes, I have restarted the twonky server).

What can I do ? Thanks in advance!

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UPDATE: In the meantime I have discovered that iTunes placed onto the NAS only the Media contents/folders, leaving the XML/Library files on the local HDD. :/ The prospected possibility seems to be the creation of a new (or multiple due to the size) Library onto the NAS and migrate everything... – dezzeus Sep 13 '14 at 18:57

try "iTunes Library.xml" instead

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