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    Question Windows 7 Sync Centre problems

    Hi, I have a bit of a problem.

    A colleague of mine was asked to remove Windows offline sync from the sen computer at his school.
    He did so, but the SEN staff member has now noticed that a very important document she was working on when the pc was offline, has now gone.

    I have been sent in to try and find this.
    Is there a different location that Windows 7 stores offline files? It always used to be c:\windows\csc

    When I go here, there is nothing.

    Any help would be great. I am not expecting to find this as it looks like the cache for offline files is now empty.

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    Ah don't worry, i found it. it was in Csc in a folder but the folder did not have admin permission. Changed permissions by taking ownership and found straight away! Wohoo off to lunch for me!!

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