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Redirected folders issue on SBS 2008 and Windows XP workstation

Posted on 2011-09-14
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Hello,

I enabled redirected folders on SBS 2008. The issue comes on one of the workstations running windows xp sp3. It isays:

Unable to make *.pst available offline.

Strange thing is that there are no such pst files on the machine at it is running exchange.

Please check the attached file. redirected folders error
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There must be a PST file in the location specified - probably archives from Outlook - and these files can't be made available offline, as per the error message. To get rid of the error, either move the PST files it refers to, exclude them from offline files as per http://support.microsoft.com/kb/252509 or set the logging level to not show/stop on errors as per http://support.microsoft.com/kb/320139
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