I have a user that has recieved a replacement computer. After setting up the new computer we noticed that the My docs folder (they are setup in Group Policy to redirect to the server) had synced data from back in December. Somehow the old machine had stopped syncing the My Docs folder back in december and kept using a local copy only. So we deleted all filed in the Server's my docs folder for this user and copied all the files from her local machine to the users my docs folder on the server. After verifying all permissions, we had her new machine synchronizing successfully. After the user went home to work offline and make changes to some files, she has been unable to resync and be online again. we keep getting a popup when syncing that says: "<filename> You have a version of this file available for offline use, however the network version has been deleted. <OPTIONS> (A) Keep my offline version and copy it to the network <B> Delete my version of the file so that it is no longer available offline. We choose option A since we do not want to loose the changes to the file. After this it syncs all remaining files successfully. After syncing, there is an error:
"Offline Files (\\DC01\Users on DC01): Access to 'FILENAME' is denied on \\DC01\Users\USERNAME..."
Please help. we do not want to loose the changes made to this file Or the other 8 files that are experiencing the same issue.