I’m trying to run Roon 2.0 using Windows 10 on a Lenovo IdeaPad S145 with Intel(R) Core™ i5-8265U CPU @ 1.60GHz 1.80 GHz, 8GB of RAM and an SSD disk.
The PC is connected to my LAN via WiFi (a Ubiquiti access point) and Netgear switches.
ISSUE: When attempting to set up a folder on my Synology NAS as Music folder I get a message saying either “Error Loading Folder. Not available”. When trying to add it a a “New network share” I get the message “Invalid network path specified”.
NB: All this works 100% from my three other computers at home (all Macs) via either WiFi or wire. I can connect and log in to my NAS from the same PC without any issues.
This means that my NAS shows up in File Explorer under Networks and that I, by clicking on it and providing username/pw, can log in and use all of its utilities.
Now, being asked to “elaborate” I also tried to mount any folder on the NAS through File Explorer and that did NOT work… I essentially got the same message as in Roon and Windows was unable to give me any clues.
Should have thought of this. Seems like I’ve bumped into the same issue from two directions.
Do you have any thoughts or should I perhaps try reaching out to Synology?
It does seem to be an issue outside of Roon. That said, it might be as easy as adding additional sharing permissions or editing the existing ones. I don’t have any direct NAS experience to help you beyond that, unfortunately. I will leave this thread open though. If you can’t get any meaningful support from them I will do my best to rally the troops and see if we can find an answer!