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I would not recommend implementing something like that. You would create a redundant copy of this shared folder on every device. Either you need the data in this folder for collaboration, then an online share (mapped or redirected) is the better choice or if offline editing is important, people should copy the data into the personal WF. Workfolders is not ...


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We are implementing Work Folders at the Moment and I can confirm that GPO Redirect of Folders is the way to go. If you used to work with DFS, i.e. Folder Redirection and Offline files so far, you can use the established server share as a sync share and the transition will be seamless. You may add to that at any time by moving any folder via redirection into ...


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It's a client-side setting, but as with most things, there's a group of GPOs you can configure to control client offline files as well. To simply check its status on a client, probably the easiest way is to open up the Sync Center in the Control Panel and go to the 'Manage offline files` link (which you can also get to by typing "offline files") into the ...


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You need to “browse” the share, unless you have to authenticate with alternate credentials beforehand then you can use the below: get-childitem \\server\share


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After some more trial and error, I found that running exportfs -f on the server actually worked. I was able to mount after that.


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Try Test-Path -LiteralPath $objDrive.DeviceID or Test-Path -LiteralPath $objDrive.ProviderName. Example with Select-Object and calculated property: $colDrives = Get-WmiObject Win32_MappedLogicalDisk -ComputerName localhost foreach ($objDrive in $colDrives) { $array += $objDrive | Select-Object DeviceID, ProviderName, @{ Name = ...


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The solution to the problem is to create a local account using compmgmt.msc. compmgmt.msc > System Tools > Local Users and Groups > Users > Right Click and Add user compmgmt.msc > System Tools > Shared Folders > Shares > Create your share Then after setting the permissions to allow the user you added to have read rights to the share. Got to your thin ...


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I am not quite certain about what you want to get resolved here, but I'll try to the best of my ability to understand and provide you an overview of what it is you are doing wrong and what you have to do to get this to work properly. Firstly, you mention each bus docks back to the network after a period of X min/hours away and during that time, I assume ...



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