My iTunes library is located on an network drive, or rather, the music is, and my library file is located on my MacBook.
- Library file:
But every now and then when I use the laptop somewhere outside my WiFi network, and then come back, fire up iTunes and play a song I get a library full of those pesky little exclamation point icons next to my songs. This is because iTunes have guessed that "Oh, he's not at home, let's reset the music files location to
/Users/glenn/Music/iTunes." And there are no music there.
How can I prevent iTunes from doing this "smart" guess, and just leave the setting alone?
PS. And MyVolume is auto-mounted on my laptop. But of course, if iTunes is running when opening up the lid of the MacBook, it takes some time for it to mount, and iTunes won't find the path to the music at first.