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Does windows 98 support offline files like XP? I use offline files to synchronize "My Documents" from a Win2000 server for client computers. All of my clients are XP, but now I have a laptop that needs to synchronize, which is Windows 98.

Does offline files work for server files in win 98 to accomplish this task?
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I'm afraid the Offline Files feature is only for WinXP.  What more (or mainly LESS) corresponds to that is "My Briefcase." Here is a web page you can read about it at:

http://www.microsoft.com/windows98/usingwindows/work/articles/906Jun/briefcase.asp

Lots of other articles are available on "My Briefcase" through a google search...
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