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    Offline Files Wizard sulking.

    <img src=/S/help.gif border=0 alt=help width=23 height=15> required with W2000 Synchronisation Manager, please.
    I have Windows 2000 and experimented with making networked files available offline - this will be a great help to our sales teams. Having explored and demonstrated to TPTB, I've won the task of writing a help guide, including pictures.
    When you first make a file available offline, an Offline Files Wizard starts and collects some user options before invoking Synchronisation Manager. All succeeding files just invoke Sync Mgr.

    I now want to write the guide. I removed the
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    Re: Offline Files Wizard sulking.

    Hi loungers
    I'm back in touch now but there have been no answers yet, so I'm just popping this back on the top of the stack.
    Is anyone able to help with my problem, please. I still have to write the documentation!
    TIA
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    Re: Offline Files Wizard sulking.

    Update - problem workround found.
    A bright spark at work suggested logging in as another user on my PC. This worked as the Offline Files Wizard ran again and I now have the screen dumps I needed. <img src=/S/joy.gif border=0 alt=joy width=23 height=23>
    However, it would be nice to know what is going on. I know squat about the registry and/or profiles but there must an entry somewhere in either or both of these (yes/no?) which records the fact that the wizard has run once.
    Does this extra info help a more knowledgeable lounger to deduce what's going on?
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