Windows 7 - offline folders


I am in the process of configuring offline floder synchronization for my laptop with a network share.

I would like to have two-way sync. Is htis possible and how does one configure two-way sync?

Also, does anyone know if it is possible to incorporate libraries into the offline folders sync?

Thanks in advance.

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Sync center works with timestamps I beleive. When you sync offline files it uploads files that have a later timestamp on your pc to the network share and downloads later versions of files on the network share to your offline computer.

To make a folder available offline you have to make sure they are shared with the correct caching options on your file server and also the correct security rights to allow you to write to the folder.

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mbudmanAuthor Commented:
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