The hard drive of the router is shared on the network as a SMB drive, i.e. I have a drive "Y:" in my Windows explorer where the music can be accessed. I would now like to use the Device Synchronization feature of MediaMonkey to synchronize my songs to this network share. But I cannot get it to work. The following knowledge base article seems to suggest that something like this can be done:
http://www.mediamonkey.com/support/inde ... ticleid=68
I have done the SUBST part, but I don't know how I "set up a new Generic Portable / Audio Device in MediaMonkey". How can I force this? I always thought MM is automatically adding external devices as possible sync targets. But how can I make my network drive a sync target? Is there a special plugin dll for such a use case?5. You can use the Device Synchronization function to temporarily synch
tracks from a server to a machine. Any changes to the tracks on the
machine can be set to trigger synchronization of the track back to the
1. Map a directory on your local drive to a drive letter. This can be done
by going to the command prompt (Run > CMD) and typing
SUBST S: [C:/Path on drive to map to S:]
2. Set up a new Generic Portable / Audio Device in MediaMonkey
that points to the newly created S: drive, preferably with
bidirectional synchronization, and then Auto-Synchronize tracks to that
(BTW, I obviously don't want to remove the USB stick from the router and stick it in the PC every time my library changes, so this cannot be the solution)
I am using MM 3.0.3 Gold.
Thanks for your help.