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synchronizing folders on shutdown win2k os

Posted on 2006-11-29
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when our users logoff at end of day the pc runs a file synchronize of the my docs folder which is on a network folder recently we moved the users folder from one server to another and when the shutdown it attempts to sync to the old server producing an error but synchronizing to the new server completes 100% how can i edit the settings for this is it possible is it a script file running which causes the schronization
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Go inside your My Document folder, then pull down the Tools menu, select Synchronize, then Setup. The setting is there.

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