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Offline files in Windows 2000 enable your computer to locally store files that reside on a server. If the network connection becomes unavailable, you can continue working on those files with no interruption in other words, the files are available to you offline or when you are not connected. Offline files are very easy to use and configure and are helpful in reducing lost user work time due to problematic network conditions. Any shared folders and files on a Microsoft network can be made available offline. Also, any computer that supports Server Message Block (SMB) based file and printer sharing can use offline files. For example, Windows 2000, NT, and 9x can all use offline files. To configure a folder for offline use, access the shared folder s properties sheets, click the Sharing Tab, and then click the Caching button. The Caching Settings window appears, shown in Figure 15-1.
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Figure 15-1: Caching Settings window
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Click the Allow caching of files in this shared folder check box to enable caching for the files in that folder. You can then choose the kind of caching you want to use from the Settings drop-down menu. You have the following options: Manual Caching for Documents This setting can be used for folders containing user documents. The user must decide which files they want downloaded for offline use. Automatic Caching for Documents This setting can also be used for folders containing user documents. When this setting is selected, files the user opens are automatically cached on the client computer. Although the automatic feature is effective, give some thought before using automatic caching. Excessive use of this caching feature will generate more network traffic and cause client computers to have to store more documents. Automatic Caching for Programs This setting is used for folders that contain over-the-network applications or read-only data. With this feature, overthe-network applications are automatically cached as well as all read-only data accessed in the folder that has this setting applied.
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Synchronization Manager works with offline files to ensure that a cached copy of a file is synchronized with the server s copy when the user reconnects to the network. Synchronization Manager can be set to run manually or automatically so that synchronization always occurs when a user reconnects. For example, suppose that a user named Tim uses a file offline. Tim makes several changes to the file. When he reconnects to the network, Tim s file is synchronized with the server so that the server s copy is updated to reflect Tim s changes. However, as you can imagine, there is the possibility for synchronization conflicts because another user could make changes to the same file. If this happens, you are given the choice of either keeping your version, the one that exists on the network, or you can keep them both by giving your cached file a new file name and saving it. As you can see, the synchronization of offline files is very important to ensure that changes are saved to the server and that a user is always working with the most current file. Using Synchronization Manager, you can schedule synchronization to occur at specific times, when you log on or off, when your compute is idle, as well as a number of other options and combinations. Synchronization Manager is easy to set up and configure. The following steps give you an example and show you the available options. 1. To start Synchronization Manager, click Start Programs Accessories Synchronize. 2. The Items to Synchronize window appears, shown in Figure 15-2. Click the check box next to any items that you want to synchronize and then click the Synchronize button. You will see a progress bar as synchronization occurs.
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