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    Offline files by GPO - User config or computer config?

    Hi all,

    Trying to configure offline files for laptop users on windows 7. I've configured the offline files GPO on the computer configuration but it doesnt seem to work - Im guessing it doesnt need to be set on both settings - "Computer Configuration" and "User Configuration"? Some of the folders are available offline - (folders within the users redirected h: drive) but the likes of the p: and others arent becoming available offline even though I have added them to the Administratively assigned offline files. Has anyone had this before or overcome it?

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    To configure offline files trough GPO, that GPO needs to be set on the user configuration side.

    Configuring Group Policy for Offline Files: Group Policy

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