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    Stopping file synchronisation

    I set a Group Policy to redirect folders to the home folder which is fine but I can't get log off synchronisation turned off. Can anyone guide me please?

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    yup!

    this thread contains all the answers: My network's not listening to me!
    Last edited by BatchFile; 25th March 2009 at 01:52 PM. Reason: put the smilie after the link cos it looked as if the link was my signature, which it could be but it isn't!

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