Can't map a user/Offline Folder issue

Can't map a user/Offline Folder issue

Post by Y3VydGZlbn » Thu, 28 Oct 2004 19:41:04


Working on another computer - (user transfered out of office) I tried 6 ways
to remove the offline folders. Currently I just "regedit" it away. Was that
necessary?
 
 
 

Can't map a user/Offline Folder issue

Post by v-asu » Fri, 29 Oct 2004 20:58:09

Hi,

Thanks for your update.

Based on my knowledge, you need to remove the offline folders from the
original computer.

If you need further help, just post back to let me know.

Thanks & Regards
Alan Sun
Microsoft Online Partner Support

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Working on another computer - (user transfered out of office) I tried
6 ways
to remove the offline folders. Currently I just "regedit" it away.
Was that
necessary?



> Dear Customer,
>
> Thanks for your posting here.
>
> From the post, Based on your description, it seems that you enabled
the
> Offline files on the redirected folder on the older server. I
therefore,
> 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
offline
> files when you apply the policy.
>
> Method Two: In Windows XP or Windows Server 2003, we can use CSCCMD
tool in
> the Windows Server 2003 resource kit to point your local offline
files to
> the new share.
>
> You can use csccmd /moveshare:\\oldserver\share \\newserver\share
command
> to move the CSC pointer to the new server.
>
> Csccmd command is a tool in Windows Server 2003 resource kit, which
can be
> downloaded from
>
http://www.yqcomputer.com/
> 96EE-B18C4790CFFD&displaylang=en
>
> Hope this helps! If anything is unclear, just post back to let me
know.
> Have a nice day!
>
> Thanks & Regards
> Alan Sun
> Microsoft Online Partner Support
>
> Get Secure! - www.microsoft.com/security
>