We have a PC which acts as a server for storing all our music. Any PC on network can access this location (only 3 PCs), and has a Windows Media Player Library. Forgive me if I'm wrong but each PC seems to have it's own library so any changes on an individual library don't have any effect on the other libraries. This is a pain as it means the other libraries have to be edited to take account of the change. ie. adding or ammending information to library rather than deleting songs which is disabled on all libraries.
Question is; is there a way to make a change on one library effect the others? Or simply to open one library on any of the PCs?
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