Windows 7 Caching Files?

We have a site running a Server 2008 box that connects to a remote Windows 7 PC via a LAN to LAN VPN over ADSL.  The remote PC has a mapped drive that points to a shared folder on the server over the VPN. Files are copied between the two sites by dragging and dropping from the server to the remote PC and vice versa.  The problem is that when the remote PC browses the folders on the server it displays folders that do not exist when you browse the same folder on the server itself.  I can only assume that the remote Windows 7 PC is caching files somehow.  Is there any way around this?
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This will reset the CSC database.
If you wish to disable offline file caching, on the Windows 7 client, search for "Manage Offline Files" from the search bar and then click on the "Disable offline files" button and reboot.

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