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Windows synchs with offline folders

Posted on 2011-02-23
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Win 2k3 domain...All My Docs/Desktop/Application Data is redirected to a fileserver. I have disabled synchronize all offline files before Log on/off/suspend.  Yet still on certain workstations it will still synchronize. Some will on log on others will on log off. Trying to get rid of this feature...HELP!
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You can deactivate folder synch as a group policy. Then do gpupdate/force at the PCs to ensure they have latest policy. Policies can take a couple of hours to replicate mind.
Also, make sure the group policy is being applied to all PCs
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"I have disabled synchronize all offline files before Log on/off/suspend."  I've done this on both the comp/user gp configuration. Isnt that "deactivate folder synch as a group policy"?
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