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How to disable synchronization to offline drive

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Everyone,
During this weekend, my file and print server crashed; I was able to get all the data out and moved to a new server. but many (almost all 45 users) are getting a synchronization error: unable to synchronize to "drive:\sharename on servername". is there a way to either disable the notification or to tell it where the share is now?

Thank you!!
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It did! thank you.
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