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Old 08-10-2020, 02:50 AM
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Default Synology NAS "home" volume is not a playback volume

Hello community.

I'm trying to open a session from a shared folder ("home") in my Synology NAS Drive. I've got a message saying that "home" is not a playback volume. So far so good, I know that I have to go to the workspace and set the appropriate permission to P or R... except that the volume is greyed out. It's not seen by Pro Tools, and last time it was indexed it was in 2018.
How can I make it so it's seen in the Pro Tools Workspace?
I'm using Pro Tools 2020.5 and macOS 10.14.6 Mojave.
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