Wednesday, June 8, 2011

I can’t get Offline Files to work

Offline Files has to be turned on and configured before you can use it on your computer.

To turn on and configure Offline Files, follow these steps:


1. To set up Offline Files--> open Folder Options in Control Panel--> click the Offline Files tab.


2. On the Offline Files tab--> click the Enable Offline Files check box--> You can then make some additional configurations as desired.

For example: you can choose to have Windows synchronize offline files when you log on/log off, and even the amount of disk space that offline files can use.

3. When you are done--> click OK.

4. You can now access the desired network resource, right-click it, and click Make Available Offline.

Prevention:

Offline Files is not compatible with Fast User Switching. In order to set up
Offline Files, you must first disable Fast User Switching with the Users icon in Control Panel.

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