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Offline Folder redirection. How to disable application data.

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We have 2003 Server with an active directory domain with xp sp2 clients. We use offline files and folders to sync My Documents, and the users Desktop to our server. We decided we would also like to start syncing application data. We tried it out but didn't like it due to issues with Firefox getting screwed up with multiple users. So anyways we took that policy away and did a Group Policy update on the domain computers. But they continue to sync the application data folder. I have tripled checked group policy to make sure there is nothing in there about syncing application data. Does anybody no how to stop these computers from syncing the application data folder? Maybe a registry tweak or something??
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