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Offline files query

Posted on 2016-08-04
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Hi Guys

we have offline files configured on GPO, and the issue we having is as below.

I am logged into 2 desktop and one network. Create one file on desktop or documents, ad i will appear on the other machine.

When i unplug network cable on one machine and take it home, i create new file, come back to work plug network in, the file will not synchronise. I have to manually right click and click on sync for it to go to network.

anything on GPO to force this to avoid users to doing it manually?
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Question by:Sundeep V
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David Johnson, CD, MVP earned 500 total points
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you have to power cycle the machine.. not just put it in standby/hibernate and change the cabling
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