|30 Jan 2012||#1|
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Randomly losing "offline files" in Windows 7
I have a work laptop (Windows 7) - and whilst I use the laptop at work I have a network drive mapped. On the mapped drive there is a folder that specifically contains my personal work files, e.g.: Excel, Word, etc. Effectively my "Documents" folder is located on the server.
I have right clicked on the mapped folder that contains my personal files and selected "Always Available Offline".
On several occassions I have taken my laptop home, and the personal files that I usually access at work have been available.
However on more than one occassion now I have taken the laptop home and the personal files haven't been available. It seems like my laptop is "forgetting" that it should be keeping a copy of my personal files for offline use.
Has anybody else experienced random "offline file" availability issues with Windows 7? If so any advice will be greatly appreciated.
P.S.: I can re-sync the files through "Sync Center" in Control Panel when I am at work, however sometimes I forget to do this, and I was also under the impression that I shouldn't have to.
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