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Old 03-04-2005, 06:50 AM
patrean patrean is offline
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How can I add tracks to my iTunes server across the network?

I have NetTunes configured on our server and it works fine, everyone on the network can access the iTunes server window and select which set of speakers to play out of using Airport Express...brilliant.

In prefs/advanced I have configured the iTunes server not to use the default iTunes folder but an attached external drive as we have 50gig of music which is too big for the system disc. Now here's the problem...I want any of the guys on the network to be able to add a new track to the iTunes server from their own Mac, I thought NetTunes would allow this by simply dragging the track into the window across the network but it seems one can only play tracks. At the moment we have to go over to the server and add the track. We're not being lazy it's just the server is located in a different room.

Any help appreciated.
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