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Anonymous
June 23, 2005 12:10:05 PM

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Hey there, I am running windows XP Pro, users have a roaming profile. Syncing
to thier user folder on the server. I have one user who whenever we restart,
it tries to sync her to an old server, which is no longer. I have tried
deleting all offline files, done a sync, checked the settings, getting a
little computer in the bottom right saying "offline files", and it says "you
are no longer connected to server" I can't get rid of this, tried unchecking
in the settings, doesn't work, shutting down with offline files off, then
re-activate, but it still comes back. I have checked My network places, and
it's not there. I am out of ideas. Any suggestions will help. Thanks a ton!
Sincerely, Geoffrey.

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Anonymous
June 24, 2005 2:14:15 AM

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What is the server O/S; Windows 2000 Server? I've had similar issues with
W2K server... which I still periodically encounter.

"Geoffrey" <Geoffrey@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:3390AD54-CE54-4051-BE84-C6B4AB1CC2E4@microsoft.com...
> Hey there, I am running windows XP Pro, users have a roaming profile.
> Syncing
> to thier user folder on the server. I have one user who whenever we
> restart,
> it tries to sync her to an old server, which is no longer. I have tried
> deleting all offline files, done a sync, checked the settings, getting a
> little computer in the bottom right saying "offline files", and it says
> "you
> are no longer connected to server" I can't get rid of this, tried
> unchecking
> in the settings, doesn't work, shutting down with offline files off, then
> re-activate, but it still comes back. I have checked My network places,
> and
> it's not there. I am out of ideas. Any suggestions will help. Thanks a
> ton!
> Sincerely, Geoffrey.
>
Anonymous
June 27, 2005 10:03:10 AM

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It's a Win Server 2003 Enterprise Edition. All the pc's are Windows XP Pro. I
just don't get it!!

"WhiteZin2000" wrote:

> What is the server O/S; Windows 2000 Server? I've had similar issues with
> W2K server... which I still periodically encounter.
>
> "Geoffrey" <Geoffrey@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:3390AD54-CE54-4051-BE84-C6B4AB1CC2E4@microsoft.com...
> > Hey there, I am running windows XP Pro, users have a roaming profile.
> > Syncing
> > to thier user folder on the server. I have one user who whenever we
> > restart,
> > it tries to sync her to an old server, which is no longer. I have tried
> > deleting all offline files, done a sync, checked the settings, getting a
> > little computer in the bottom right saying "offline files", and it says
> > "you
> > are no longer connected to server" I can't get rid of this, tried
> > unchecking
> > in the settings, doesn't work, shutting down with offline files off, then
> > re-activate, but it still comes back. I have checked My network places,
> > and
> > it's not there. I am out of ideas. Any suggestions will help. Thanks a
> > ton!
> > Sincerely, Geoffrey.
> >
>
>
>