SONOS + Snapshot Replication - Simple Way to Stop SONOS from Looking at #Snapshot Folder

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SONOS + Snapshot Replication - Simple Way to Stop SONOS from Looking at #Snapshot Folder

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I've enacted Snapshot on many of the folders I wish to provide insurance on, and I've just found that my SONOS system, which uses a dedicated folder on my NAS for MUSIC FLAC Files is now including the files in the Snapshot as a unintended source and they are appearing on my SONOS APP as Errors.

Is there a method to suppress the Snapshot Folder from being seen as an active Folder that can be accessed by SONOS in this case? I see that one can make the Snapshot Directory Non-Visible.... Is there any downsides to this Invisibility Cloak?

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