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I am trying to synchronize files between a computer and the network. What is the difference between synchronization and Offline files?
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This page should make it clear to you (briefly, Offline Files lets you work with files on another computer in the network even when you are not logged into the network, while synchronization is the process of making sure your offline copy of files is the same as that on the network):

http://www.windows-help-central.com/synchronize-files-in-windows-xp.html
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oronova, is your question answered?
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