Ok I've done a search for this here plus the Apple support forums but I can't seem to find out a solution to my problem. My Setup: I bought a Synology NAS DS212j with dual 2TB drives for RAID 1 configuration to go with my new rMBP. I recently solid my 24" iMac which I was using as the iTunes media hub, where I streamed my music and movies to my ATV2. I therefore backed up my data to a USB MyBook which I will soon demise once I get the NAS setup properly. What I Want to Accomplish I want the NAS to essentially store all my music, video and photos. Pictures - View on my rMBP and stream to my ATV2. Music - Listen on my ATV (as it's plugged into my 5.1" system). I understand that I need to run iTunes on my rMBP to stream the content over to the ATV2 (i.e. I can't stream the media directly from my NAS to ATV2). Video - Same as above for Music. iTunes Media Folder Relocation Attempt First thing I've done is copied my iTunes library and iPhoto library over to the NAS. What I've tried to do is open iTunes via rMBP and relocate the iTunes Media Folder to point to the NAS. I followed the instructions here. When I change the location to the NAS where the iTunes media folder is stored, I then close iTunes and delete the rMBP iTunes library. When I relaunch iTunes, the folder is recreated on my rMBP and iTunes doesn't display any of the content from the NAS. Really frustrating. I've done the home sharing thing by running the 'iTunes Media Server' on the NAS, but when I try to watch a video I get the stupid error "This movie requires QuickTime, which is not supported by this version of iTunes.". So I can't even play a movie that I previously used to play on my iMac. Can anyone help me out with this? I am pretty new to the whole NAS stuff but I think I get how it should work. Can anyone give me some pointers on what I should be doing? I essentially can't get anything to work at this point, it hasn't been the greatest NAS experience so far Hope this will change soon, help is appreciated!