Offline folder issue in Windows Server 2003

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Folder Redirection Windows Server 2003
Windows Server 2003
Windows Server 2003 Group Policy
Windows Server 2003 security
In my environment we have enabled folder redirection for Appdata/Roaming  to a other server location.

If I try and view the security permissions for certain files from the client it says it is unable to find them or that they can't be displayed.

 

The appdata folder on the server has full control and but from my client machine it says cannot display the security permissions and says folder is offline . If i try to sync from the windows 7 machine it gives a error message saying access denied.

 

From my client all the files show that i have full control and are offline .

 

What is the actual cause of this issue and how can i recover the offline cache of the client .



Software/Hardware used:
windows
ASKED: August 5, 2011  8:40 AM
UPDATED: March 31, 2012  7:14 PM

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Hello ,

Folder redirection is very tricky. There are tons of ways we can get troubles with them, personally speaking.

You might want to give a read at<a href=”http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc766489%28WS.10%29.aspx”> this Microsoft article</a>. Hopefully it will enlight you as it have done to me.

hth

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