Windows Server 2008 Offline Files

Posted on 2011-10-19
Last Modified: 2012-05-12
I just replaced our old Windows 2003 SBS with a Windows 2008 Server, everything is working as far as DNS, DHCP, and Active Directory on the 2008 server. We switched the users offline files, My Documents, to look at the the 2008 server and sync to it, which works. The problem is that it still wants to sync to the old server even though I deleted the offline files syncing to the old sever. Does anyone know how to stop it from trying to sync to the old server? Any help would be great! Let me know if you need anymore information.
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    Have a look at:

    The command is CSCCMD /Disconnect: \\MyServer\MyShare

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