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Problems With Group policy Offline File Sync XP - Only Want Current Users Files

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Dear Experts.
                    I have a problem with a Group Policy for Offline folders. Multiple users work on some laptops - when a user logs off, the system tries to sync all the users that have used the laptop as well as the current user and then errors with permissions rights.

Is there a way to only have the current users folders syncronised?

Thanks all!
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Currently waiting on if this is any help - I had previously found this article and tried to get the hotfix from MS but it appears they do not have a version for  32 bit XP pro.
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They dont specify if it required a 64bit XP. I would assume that it would be for 32 bit....I would double check with them....

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I have double checked and also tried running the patch, however it will not install - version issues.

However it appears that the suggested parts in the MS document have worked, so I will accept the answer - Thanks for your help!
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Ouch. Please come back and update us if you continue to work with MS on it.
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