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Thread: How do I specify Watched Media Folder in QNAP 251

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    How do I specify Watched Media Folder in QNAP 251

    Hi

    I have installed Asset Version: R4.6.3 in my new QNAP NAS but I do not seem to be able to specify correctly the file path to be inserted in the Watched Media Folder

    My music is stored in a sub folder of Multimedia titled Recordings

    I have tried the following file paths
    /share/Multimedia/Recordings
    /Multimedia
    /Multimedia/Recordings
    /share/Multimedia

    I have also tried to find a way to get the QNAP File station to spell out the file path of Multimedia/recordings so I can cut and paste it but without luck

    Any advice would be appreciated

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    Re: How do I specify Watched Media Folder in QNAP 251

    It is case sensitive, check the capitalisation

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    Re: How do I specify Watched Media Folder in QNAP 251

    Quote Originally Posted by Spoon View Post
    It is case sensitive, check the capitalisation
    Thanks for you swift reply Spoon
    I have checked cases and they look fine,
    If I hover the cursor over the media folder in the QNAP that I want Asset to read it says Multimedia/Recordings. So it should work if I simply put an "/" in front of it when I configure Asset? except is doesn't unfortunately
    Incidentally, the UPNP that is native to the QNAP is able to detect my music files and plays them
    Any further suggestions would be gratefully received

    Have a great day

    Stephen

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    Re: How do I specify Watched Media Folder in QNAP 251

    Quote Originally Posted by stephenhunter View Post
    Thanks for you swift reply Spoon
    I have checked cases and they look fine,
    If I hover the cursor over the media folder in the QNAP that I want Asset to read it says Multimedia/Recordings. So it should work if I simply put an "/" in front of it when I configure Asset? except is doesn't unfortunately
    Incidentally, the UPNP that is native to the QNAP is able to detect my music files and plays them
    Any further suggestions would be gratefully received

    Have a great day

    Stephen
    I kept trying and finally got it. Not sure what I was doing wrong but the file path that works is /share/Multimedia/Recordings

    thanks again for your help Spoon

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