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    Windows 7 School laptop-home issue

    Hi All,

    My company is slowly moving staff laptops from Windows XP to Windows 7.

    The issue im having is, when the staff laptops are in school they can access their documents no problem.

    however when they go home they nothing appears in their my documents, all our XP Laptop devices are set to syncronise, however the windows 7 devices dont seem to do this.

    basically all i need to know is. how staff can see all what they do at work on their laptops at home.

    any help would be great.

    Kind regards

    M2tay

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    ive found sometimes you have to right click on their homedrive and go to make available off-line to get it started sometimes after that works fine

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