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By sysaccount ·
Hi everyone;
Is that any easy way to replicate the contains of local folder to the network drive that mapped to a pc that working under windows 2000 pro?

Thanks,
Samsi

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by shmaltz In reply to Folder Replication

Yes:
Open My Computer.
On the Tools menu, click Folder Options.
On the Offline Files tab, make sure that the Enable Offline Files check box is selected.
Select Synchronize all offline files before logging off to get a full synchronization. Leave it unselected for a quick synchronization.
In My Computer or My Network Places, click the shared network file or folder that you want to make available offline.
On the File menu, click Make Available Offline.
For more info click start help and search for offline.

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by sysaccount In reply to Folder Replication

Dear NewYorker211:
Thanks much for your response. You're da man :)
But, here is what actually I want:

I want to replicate the content of folder "Local" on the local drive with a network drive, let say drive H, every 2 hours or when the pc idle, and when user logoff.

Is that possible?

Thanks.
Samsi

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by sysaccount In reply to Folder Replication

Dear NewYorker211:
Thanks much for your response. You're da man :)
But, here is what actually I want:

I want to replicate the content of folder "Local" on the local drive with a network drive, let say drive H, every 2 hours or when the pc idle,and when user logoff.

Is that possible?

Thanks.
Samsi

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by shmaltz In reply to Folder Replication

This is only possible if you will use your computer as the server and the remote computer as the client, and initiate the replication from the remote computer (which means someone will have to log on to the remote computer). Anyhow I don't see what different it makes, if you are using replication you can always work on your local computer and have it replicated to the network drive the way I described in the previous answer. This will make sure that everything on your local computer is copied over to the network.

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