Offline File Sync. - Saving Those Settings

Is there anyway of saving the offline file synchronization in Windows 2000? I am setting up new laptops for users and was wondering if there is a way to save that information and then import it into the new laptop?
Joshua DumasAsked:
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Rob StoneCommented:
Do you mean the files that have been modified or the actual offline file properties settings?

If its the latter then they will be registry entries, i'll see if I can dig them out.
Joshua DumasAuthor Commented:
the actual offline file properties settings?

- like which files to sync
Rob StoneCommented:
Sorry mate, can't find it.

You may have some luck with regmon from 

Just create a filter and see if a change occurs when you enable/disable a folder for caching.

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