My music is on an external USB drive plugged into my iMac. After the overnight OS update, Roon Server said drive not available. You can see the drive in Finder and browse it but in Roon Server, when you browse, the drive is not even listed.
Using Info in Finder shows the drive is now set with Custom Access after the overnight update. I have set Roon Server to Full Disk Access in System Settings, but it makes no difference. Also because of custom access, Finder doesn’t present me with any options to edit rights.
BTW, using Microsoft Word file open window, I can see the drive and browse it, but just not in Roon.
“There’s a change to the implementation of the msdos and exfat file systems. Apps that check for those specific file system formats might not detect them. Please file feedback if this impacts your app. (90768681)”
I guess this is something Roon developers should check.
Go to Settings>storage with your Mac set as your core.
Click your HD (mine is called Wes) to the left.
Select volumes from the list on the right. If you don’t have this option, click your HDD on the left again, and the list will refresh. You will get a warning when you click volumes. Proceed and then select the drive you’re trying to access.
I know It doesn’t make sense. You’re trying to access a folder that is physically connected to your Mac but it won’t let you browse it. It appears Ventura has classified these drives as volumes rather than a normally present physical drive in the finder.