10,912 Tracks in the iTunes Library stored on the NAS
Description of Issue
I downloaded Roon for Mac M1 (you don’t have M2 button) and when I try to change the AFP to SMB on my NAS as suggested in the FAQ, the screens I get look nothing like the ones you use to give the examples.
Qobuz interacts fine, but I cannot interact with my NAS.
I would like to be able to use Roon for all my digital music.
You need to use the correct form of the Network share address, I think. that would be
smb://MusicNAS/<Folder share> assuming that the hostname of your NAS is MusicNAS.
You also appear to have all your music tracks listed under the root folder of your NAS share. That’s going to present Roon with difficulty in identifying albums and tracks. I suggest that you create a folder share “Music” on your NAS, and then put tracks into an <album name folder>/<tracks> structure to give Roon a helping hand.
Adding to @Geoff_Coupe observations is that I was using the Synology Control Panel, find.synology.com/ and log there into the app that is managing the Synology NAS. Then go to control panel and enable SMB. I have not tried to use OsX to manage Synology from Sys prefs (I do not know if you can do that, from sys pref you manage only the local drives)