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How can I remove entries for synchronised folders

Posted on 2006-10-19
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Hi,

We have a few PC's with synchronised folders on a few mapped drives. The mapped drives have been removed however the PC still tries to synchronise to folders that do not exist.

When I try to remove the entries from the synchronise window they do not remove.

Is there a way to remove these entries without re-mapping to the original drive?

thanks in advance
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Dear scottyboy777,
> remove entries for synchronised folders
Open explorer-->Tools-->Folder Options-->Goto Offline folder Tab--> Click on View Files--> Delete Orphan folders and files

Cheers!
Inba
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