I have searched through the forums to no avail. Since I could not find an adequate match to my problem. I want to store all of my Music on one computer, basically my iMac since it is on 24/7. Whenever I update the library with new songs or playlists on said Mac, my goal is to have the same updates occur on all the PC's and Mac's in my house after they reload iTunes. Here is what I have attempted. 1. On the server Mac I have set up my Music directory in iTunes. 2. Then on test client PC I have pointed to said Music folder on the Server Mac as the default iTunes music folder location "\\Music-machine\musicmachine\Music\iTunes\iTunes Music." Then closed PC's iTunes 3. On the Server Mac I then added a test file into my library. Said file is stored in my iTunes default music folder. Then I quit iTunes on the server. 4. On my client PC I opened iTunes but the added music file did not show up. I checked my settings and it still listed "\\Music-machine\musicmachine\Music\iTunes\iTunes Music" as my default music directory. What am I doing wrong? My goal is for all computers to make use of the same "iTunes Music Library" and "iTunes Library" Files. All machines are currently running iTunes 7.0.1. Is this even possible? Are there any scripts, hacks, or tricks to get this to work? These machines would also have to be able to access simultaneously. As we frequently listen to music in our rooms at the same time. Since we have iPods and purchased AAC content another vendors music player is not an option. We have database of over 9,000 songs and it seems rather wasteful of storage and time consuming to store the same database on every machine. Especially making updates to each machine as a new playlist is made or new CD added, which occurs frequently. I know music sharing is an option but you can not make playlist's nor burn CD's on the client machine's.