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Vista Sync Center doesnt sync, just says "sync pending"

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Hi,
I am running Vista Business.

I have a mapped network drive that I have made 'available offline'. The first syncronisation seemed to have worked fine. But now it wont sync at all. When I go into 'Sync Center' and choose to manually syncronise it just says 'sync pending' and doesnt do anything.

Any ideas?

Regards
Smitch
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What anti-virus program do you have installed on the system?

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Norton Protection Center.

I think I may have found a workaround. If I close everything down and run the sync manually it seems to work fine.
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