To make network Drive/Folders available Offline

I am trying to make Network Drive/folders available Offline

-I have enabled offline folder capacity through folder options
-create shortcut to offline folder in desktop
-set to syn on log off and On
- Right clicked folders i want to make it available offline and set it to "Make Available Offline"

Now it seems to be syncrozing okay.

When i am offline and double click "shortcut offline file" from desktop, it gives me all list of files under folders (But actual folder doesn't display). It is really inconvinient to find file i want as i got too many.

What is best way of accessing offline files when i am offline?
How i can get folders in "offline files section" rather than list of all files

Help Please

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Personally, I get around this very issue by using Dropbox.  Completely free, very light install, complete file syncing in real time on the fly. I understand you may be trying to do this within your current windows installation, and may need something free.  If you are unable to install software; on say, your work laptop, you could always try Microsoft Office Workspace.

Personally, I feel this is a great option for your needs and have listed the reasons why below.

Dropbox Features

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A copy of your files are stored on Dropbox's secure servers. This lets you access them from any computer or mobile device.

Manipulate files as you would on your desktop - add, edit, delete, rename etc.
Search your entire Dropbox for files.
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Create shared folders and invite people to them.
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Your network drive that you are accessing is maped? If it is maped just goto it like normal while you are offline & it will look the same as if you are online.

If the folder is not maped try map it to a drive letter & see how that works for you.
propertyozadminAuthor Commented:

When i login to network it those network drive is there by default .

But when i login offline, i don't see any network drives.
Are they mapped via login script?

If so, logon to a cached profiile, and then reconnect and map them manually, which will cache them in the registry. Then see if it is available offline.....

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