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You need to put iTunes music folder in your Musics folder which is in your home folder. After putting iTunes music folder in that folder, right click on iTunes music folder (or control + click) on it and select Get Info. Scroll to the bottom of Get Info window and you will see Sharing and Permission section.
In that, allow Read and Write permission to all users you see there. Then open iTunes. Please let me know if that didn't work, so we can continue troubleshooting.
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You need give your iTunes music folder (which would be in your home > Musics folder) Read and Write privilege (to all users).
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John, Sounds good. What about Friday morning 7:00 or 8:00 ?
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Hi there, It's me Ashik again. I'm just checking. How is it going ?
If you get a chance, try this. Right click on iTunes music folder (or control + click) on it and select Get Info. Scroll to the bottom of Get Info window and you will see Sharing and Permission section. In that, for everyone and your user account, under Privileges, click the small up/down arrow button and select Read and Write.
Then click on the small gear button and select Apply to Enclosed items. Close it and open iTunes. (You may need to unlock the lock there first)