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Managing your Music Server

Accessing the Music Library Files


Accessing the innuOS Shared Folders on Windows

  1. On your Windows Computer, Open File Explorer
  2. Scroll the left pane until you find Network and click on it.
  3. Your innuOS server should be listed on the Computer section
  4. Double-click on the innuOS server name (ZENMINI, ZEN or ZENITH).

You should be able to see three shared folders:
  • Auto-Import - The folder to copy the music from your computer to import on the innuOS server.
  • Music - The Music folder for your Music Library
  • Unsorted - The folder containing imported music that did not fulfill the import requirements

Due to some networking configurations, your innuOS server may not show on the Computer section. If that's the case, do the following:
  1. Go to http://my.innuos.com
  2. Check your innuOS server is listed and take note of the IP Number below the Model Name. Ex: "192.168.0.25".
  3. Go back to File Explorer and type the following on the address bar: \\ where is the number you have taken note on the step before. Ex: "\\192.168.0.25".
  4. The network shared folders should now be displayed.


Accessing the Auto-Import folder on Mac OS X
  1. Open Finder;
  2. Your innuOS server should show on the Shared Area on left Pane;
  3. If asked, choose to Connect as Guest.

You should be able to see three shared folders:
  • Auto-Import - The folder to copy the music from your computer to import on the innuOS server.
  • Music - The Music folder for your Music Library
  • Unsorted - The folder containing imported music that did not fulfill the import requirements~

Due to some networking configurations, your innuOS server may not show on the Computer section. If that's the case, do the following:
  1. Go to http://my.innuos.com
  2. Check your innuOS server is listed and take note of the IP Number below the Model Name. Ex: "192.168.0.25".
  3. Go back to Finder and choose Go > Connect to Server
  4. Type smb:// where IP number is the number taken on step 2. Ex: smb://192.168.0.25
A list of folders should be displayed. Choose the appropriate you'd like to use.