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Activesync 4.5.0 sync directory location on PC

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Activesync has set up partnerships as follows:
1 >principal  IPAQ H5555 and WXP prof SP3 office PC using sync file location, say "A", on PC hard disk
2> guest IPAQ H5555 and WXP prof SP3 home laptop using sync file location, say "B", on laptop hard disk

Objective:
To use identical directory locations on office PC and home laptop.

Question:
How can I change the "A" location to a location of choice (namely as for "B").

Alternative Question:
How can I change the "B" location to a location of choice (namely as for "A")

Notes:
> the H5555 does not support later versions of Acivesync
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Question by:Maurice Brandman
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Make a folder on each device (or a shared network resource mapped on each device with the same drive letter) i.e. c:\MySyncFiles

Then edit the registry as described in the link below and change the path to
c:\MySyncFiles

http://hardware.mcse.ms/message20589.html

That should do it.  
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