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    Make folder available offline. Does it save docs to profile or computer?

    Hi,

    We have some laptop users that we would like to give the option of being able to make their personal save areas available offline by right clicking their folder and going make folder available offline.

    We use folder redirection so no files are saved in their profiles as it would slow login times.

    If we were to allow this would it save their documents for offline use in their profile or on the computer? We dont wantit saving in their profile as it would slow down logins when not on the laptop.

    Thanks,

    Dan.

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    it saves it in the offline file cache c:\windows\csc (unless moved)

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    Brilliant. Thats perfect thanks.

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    Make sure you are running the lastest CSC+Networking+GUI+RUP hotfixes for the best results. See my post in this thread:Disabling Offline files Server 2008 & Win 7 pro



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