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Can i use transparent caching for the documents folder, Windows 7, some 64, some 32 bit machines, WITHOUT folder redirection and WITHOUT synchronization? Moving to Office 365 means that redirection must be off, so I am not redirecting for most OU's, and I am not syncing because there is so much data and the network is very slow.  (We are remedying that for the coming migration) In the meantime, Transparent Caching sounds like it might help us (we have the occasional folders with the grey crosses that do not always go away upon reboot).    Before i make things worse, has anyone used transparent caching without syncing and without folder redirection?
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you can use folder redirection with office 365 .. Transparent caching has nothing to do with off line files or folder redirection.. is is another feature.. where did you get the idea that folder redirection and office 365 are a no no?
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Thanks.  At a Microsoft session at Microsoft this year, the  Instructor stated that Redirected Documents folders cannot be moved to Office 365 (One drive). I actually tried to do it anyway and got a error message that supported that restriction.    Do you have different experience?
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