The answer is sadly no. This will work between iTunes only.
In your link it mentions that the protocol "...was first used for the iTunes music player" but did not mention current support for accessing iTunes Shared music.
Beginning with iTunes 4.2, Apple introduced authentication to DAAP
sharing, meaning that the only clients that could connect to iTunes
servers were other instances of iTunes. This was further modified in
iTunes 4.5 to use a custom hashing algorithm, rather than the standard
MD5 function used previously. Both authentication methods were
successfully reverse engineered within months of release.
With iTunes 7.0, a new 'Client-DAAP-Validation' header hash is needed
when connecting to an iTunes 7.0 server. This does not affect
third-party DAAP servers, but all current DAAP clients (including
official iTunes before iTunes 7.0) will fail to connect to an iTunes
7.0 server, receiving a '403 Forbidden' HTTP error. The iTunes 7.0 authentication traffic analysis seem to indicate that a certificate
exchange is performed to calculate the hash sent in the
As of February 4, 2013, the iTunes 7.0+ DAAP authentication still
hasn't been reverse engineered, so no third-party application can
stream from servers running iTunes software (from 7.x, all the way up
to and including version 11.x).
However; there are workarounds. (Which means not using iTunes)
You can use a diffrent Music Server that uses DAAP to send your music.
Then direct it to your iTunes music folder, from http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1391 the location of iTunes music (This worked on my mac, however I collected my music through iTunes through CD and not from iTunes store - not sure if it changes anything)
Mac OS X: /Users/username/Music/iTunes/
Windows XP: C:\Documents and Settings\username\My Documents\My Music\iTunes\
Windows Vista: C:\Users\username\Music\iTunes\
Windows 7: C:\Users\username\My Music\iTunes\
Windows 8: C:\Users\username\My Music\iTunes\
I tested out firefly for mac (looks like a dead project), but there are other music servers: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Digital_Audio_Access_Protocol listed under DAAP servers