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    Offline Files - Sync Warnings


    I am having a problem with synchronising files. I have configured offline files. However, when I log on I get the following messages

    "Warnings occurred while Windows was synchronizing your data"

    Offline Files (\\server\Share name): Unable to make 'user256.dbb' available offline on \\server\share name\user\application data\skype\user. Files of this type cannot be made available offline.

    I followed Error message: "Files of this type cannot be made available offline" and set up the GPO with a few extensions and still these messages appear. All other files are synchronised.

    Has anyone else had this problem.

    Thanks in advance for any help


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    i got around this by using gpo to set the files that dont sync, then leaving the list blank. this then allows db files to sync although it isn't recommended for obvious reasons.

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