We use folder redirection on our users' Documents Desktop and Application Data folders to redirect them to a share on a Windows 2003 Server. The folders are cached locally as offline files when the users are offline.
We have several user's who work from home most of the time and connect to work via an ISA 2006 VPN connection. These users have found working over the VPN terribly slow since folder redirection was implemented. I believe this is because windows (XP SP3) is redirecting their personal folders over the VPN instead of using their cached copy.
Is there any way that I can force the OS to use the cached copies of the folders unless actually in the office?
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