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Windows 2003: Offline folder

Posted on 2004-03-22
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Hello,
I have migrated users share from NT4 to Win2003 Standard Server with full backup on tape (with importing permission).
On notebook pc with Windows 2000 Pro, when Offline mode is setting and laptop is connected to the network, user don't see network drive in Online mode, but he see in Offline mode.
When I disabled the Offline mode and the laptop is connected to the network, users see network drive mapped on server 2003 and work correctly.
Only user with desktop pc Windows 2000 Pro, don't have any problem!
What's happening?
Thanks a lot.
Bye,
Mirko
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