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Windows XP - Remove items to synchronize

Posted on 2012-04-09
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Hi

I'm having a problem with removing entry's in the "items to synchronize" view.
The user have a server entry in it, but the server has been removed. And all off-line files has been deleted. Still he is getting a synchronize attempt at shutdown, on this disk.

So to the question: how does one remove items in this view?

Many thanks in advance
// Theodor
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Try

1) Whilst Holding CTRL + SHIFT, click Delete Files on the Offline File tab
2) reboot and check
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I'll have to try this right away tomorrow.
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Fast and simple. thanks!
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