offline files after server migration

Posted on 2012-09-06
Last Modified: 2012-09-09

After a server migration some users (Windows 7 Ent. 32 and 64bit) have still registered offline files sync partnership to the old server.

Through the offline-sync-center I deleted all old local offline files and folders, unfortunately not all the old sync partnerships get removed.

Since no files are stored locally and the old shares did'nt exist any more, the problem is not serious

I did not dare to change something directly in C: \ Windows \ CSC, because of the missing ownership.
Is there still a way to get rid of the old sync partnerships?
Question by:Morphill
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    Accepted Solution

    You need to flush and re-initialize the CSC cache:

    Author Comment

    This works for XP, but at the end of the article, there was a link for Windows 7


    Hint: All sync-files will be deleted, not only the old shares.

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