Thanks for your update.
Based on my knowledge, you need to remove the offline folders from the
If you need further help, just post back to let me know.
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Thread-Topic: Can't map a user/Offline Folder issue
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Subject: RE: Can't map a user/Offline Folder issue
Date: Wed, 27 Oct 2004 03:41:04 -0700
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Working on another computer - (user transfered out of office) I tried
to remove the offline folders. Currently I just "regedit" it away.
> Dear Customer,
> Thanks for your posting here.
> From the post, Based on your description, it seems that you enabled
> Offline files on the redirected folder on the older server. I
> suggest you try the following methods to troubleshoot this issue:
> Method One: You can reset the client side cache of offline files by
> deleting the %SystemRoot%\CSC folder and system will rebuild the
> files when you apply the policy.
> Method Two: In Windows XP or Windows Server 2003, we can use CSCCMD
> the Windows Server 2003 resource kit to point your local offline
> the new share.
> You can use csccmd /moveshare:\\oldserver\share \\newserver\share
> to move the CSC pointer to the new server.
> Csccmd command is a tool in Windows Server 2003 resource kit, which
> downloaded from
> Hope this helps! If anything is unclear, just post back to let me
> Have a nice day!
> Thanks & Regards
> Alan Sun
> Microsoft Online Partner Support
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