Typical network configurations for the Zone Ripper and Sonos are shown here.

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The DRM protection prevents this purchased music from being played through any non-Apple devices, including Sonos.

If you are an i Tunes customer who has previously purchased DRM-protected music click the link below to launch the i Tunes application and view your upgrade options. I have added new songs to my i Tunes library or the shared folder where Sonos gets my music. You need to update your Sonos music index after buying music, getting music files from someone, or ripping music from CD’s you own.

To grab the new release, check for updates in the Sonos app on your devices, or head over to the company’s website. He started the community in February 2007 with a mission to help families, tech enthusiasts everywhere figure out the technology needed to run the modern home and small business.

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From the Sonos Desktop Controller on a PC or MAC, go to the Music menu selection and chose the last item “Update Music Index Now”.

If you regularly add or buy music, you can schedule an automatic update to occur by selecting the “Schedule Music Index Updates …” item.

It is recommended that you configure the Sonos system to check for new music every 24 hours.

1) Select the option “Schecdule Music Index Updates….” off the “Music” menu in the Sonos Desktop Controller.2) Ensure the “Update the music index every day” is checked and modify the update time as required.

For more information about i Tunes and Sonos, including using i Tunes playlists, go to: https://sonos.custhelp.com/cgi-bin/sonos.cfg/php/enduser/std_adp.php?