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turn on server/desktop sync

Posted on 2012-04-11
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i have xp computers that were on a server 2003 domain that had a desktop to server sync enabled that would sync the desktop and my documents.

i removed the network share that was in place for that sync and now i cannot save anything on the desktop or my documents. how do i turn off that feature on the desktops?
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On workstation: double click My Computer -> Folder Options -> Offline Files and uncheck 'Enable offline folders'.
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thanks i will try that.
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