Windows 7 - One user cant see all files i shared folder, others can

Hi,

We have a share, which we use to generate PDF-files to. I can see all the files that have been generated, but we have one user that only can't see those PDF-files that has been generated the last 2 hours. The user can see all the other files.

I've checked the permissions for the files she cant see and they are the same as those she can see.

How can I solve this?
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Sum WumAsked:
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IanThCommented:
check the problem pc its sounds like its clock is out by 2 hours
Sum WumAuthor Commented:
I've just checked the clock and its showing the the correct time.
IanThCommented:
does it work with a different account like an admin account it could be a profile error with the users profile
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Praveenraj04Commented:
Hi Friend,

Make a Different Share and Paste those PDF and try.

Please let me known the output.

Thanks,
P. Praveen Raj
Miguel Angel Perez MuñozCommented:
Check file permissions on pdf files from yesterday and one created 1 hour ago. Maybe NTFS permissions will change.
Sum WumAuthor Commented:
After I disabled Offline files in Windows 7, she haven't experienced the problem, even though the folder wasen't available offline.

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Sum WumAuthor Commented:
I found the solution myself.
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