I have been reviewing the forum and found no answer for the following use case.
My Roon install is as follows: Roon Core installed in a 2014 MacbookAir with 8gb RAM, music library is sitting in a Synology NAS and managed by Roon as a watched folder.
I spent quite a number of weekends in another house and would like to keep using Roon taking my MacbookAir with me. Plan is to ask Roon to use the same music library which will now be copied in an external 2Tb USB drive (which is a backup exact copy of the NAS folder watched by Roon). I will point Roon to the music folder at the USB drive and ask to use it as a watched folder. I would like to avoid ending up with folders duplicated and all my edits, favourites, etc information lost in the process.
In order to avoid the issues above, do I need to disable or remove in Roon, access to the Synology NAS watched folder if the NAS is no longer in the network (I would be in a different place)? Now back at home with the Synology NAS available, do I need to disable/remove in Roon access to the USB watched folder? Or will Roon automatically detect whether Synology NAS is in the network and use the watched folder in the USB drive (and viceversa)?
Great if someone can help