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Posted on 2012-03-20
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I have a user that synced to a old server.  It was a laptop he carried offsite.  since the change over he is missing some files, or the ones he has are not the most current.  The files he now has are the ones from the server.  So the only think I can think of, was his laptop was not fully syncing with the server, and the data was in the offline files folder.

what I am trying to find out is there anyway to pull from the old offline files folder if the old domain is no longer active and the laptop is on a different domain.  He is syncing to the new server now, but can we pull the old some how?
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Only if you have a backup of the files from the unreachable domain; without that there's not a lot you can do.
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