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?
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:
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