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Know that this will cause i Tunes to lose track of where all of these files are; meaning you will have to re-add them to the library (manually), which will take you hours and which may mean you will lose play counts and any other information that i Tunes keeps in its own library. This method is a bit more complicated to set up, but easy to use.
Fire up Script Editor (which is under Applications/Apple Script, but it will work with Text Edit).
The "Refresh" item on that menu will force it to re-read the tags for all tracks that you have selected.
The i Pod doesn't like the Music Brainz tags in the files, so it may pull up the wrong release art on the i Pod.
Our Support team will provide the correct patch for your Disk Station model.I entered the location of my i Tunes media folder (i.e. I have my music share as a drive on my desktop (Finder, connect to server, smb://ds214Play) Anyway, since I did not want to duplicate the music files I unchecked the first three options in i Tunes, preferences, advanced: 1) keep i Tunes media folder organized, 2) copy files to i Tunes media folder... When I add new music to my library I copy the music to my disk station Music share and in i Tunes I click, file, add to library and it automagically opens up my disk station Music share, from there I select the folder I want to add and I'm good to go, I do not know if this will help you, but this is what I did with my music library. -Have you Run Disk Utility and done Disk First Aid and Disk Permissions repair (you might have to start off another volume to do the repair justice).-How big is your music Library? -Does the user copying the files to NAS have full R/W access?First, I went to the package center on my disk station and installed the i Tunes music server. i Tunes_Mac In i Tunes I went to preferences, advanced. That 50 error is generic indication of a move, copy, delete error. Issue could be as simple as you not enough band width to copy so much in one chunk or above mentioned disk repair.Paste the following code, then save as a Script called /Library/i Tunes/Scripts/(create the Scripts directory if it doesn't already exist).Now, inside i Tunes, you should see a Scripts menu (an icon of a scroll, just left of Help).