windows 7 offline files - report/details

Hi,

I'm using windows 7 offline files and a difference I found with XP is that in XP when you set the sync to happen during log off, you can see what it is being synced and what fails.

How can I get the same or similar thing in Windows 7?

Thanks

WA
tardissupportAsked:
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Abhay PujariCommented:
I agree that there are problems with WIndows 7 offline file sync. Can you just read this post http://blogs.msdn.com/jonathanh/archive/2004/12/09/279292.aspx.
centervCommented:
You can view results using sync control panel. Be sure you're configured correctly.

http://windows7news.com/2009/10/09/windows-7-sync-center/

http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials/49065-sync-offline-files.html
tardissupportAuthor Commented:
abhvp,

I'm not actually having issue with offline files, I'm asking if Windows 7 can produce similar report to what was shown in Windows XP.

centerv,

I've tried the sync center before, however all it says is sync started and sync completed. I cannot actually see more information such what files successfully sync-ed and what hasn't been sync-ed.

Regards,

WA
Abhay PujariCommented:
I think no. They may have removed this feature. Unless you get any error, you cannot see what was there in XP.

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centervCommented:
You may see the progress if you activate manually.
If the files don't sink they'll be marked with an x when you disconnect.
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