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Hello

I have a win 2k server and an xp pro laptop and desktop on a network.  Is is possible to have "my docs" on the server and when Im not connected to the server (normally my laptop) to have an image of "my docs" locally.  Then when I go back on the network, for the files to sync back up again. Ie. taking any new files, removing deleted files and updating files in both directions (server to client, client to server).

any help will be great.

Cheers,

Ray.
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You can sync files but you need to choose the option in offline files. You cannot have both the server and the client update each other - I believe you will sync the client to the server meaning you will update the clients files.

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r
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