Our discussion of the behavior of offline files and folders so far in this chapter has assumed that the caching property of each network share accessed for offline work is set at its default value . This value, called Offline Settings, is one of three possible settings . To adjust the caching property, do the following on the server computer:
Type fsmgmt.msc at a command prompt. This runs the Shared Folders management console
In the console tree (the left pane), select Shares .
In the details pane (the right pane), double-click the share whose property you want to set (or right-click and then choose Properties).
On the General tab of the properties dialog box, click Offline Settings . The Offline Settings dialog box opens, as shown in Figure 10-7.
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