Offline files going offline !!!!!!!!!!!

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Offline files going offline !!!!!!!!!!!

Postby JM » Tue, 27 Jul 2004 23:17:53 GMT

Win 2000 Domain, I have a problem with IBM T-40 Laptops 
(Win XP Pro)and offline files. Offline files will 
disconnect then reconnect at any time while loged into 
the network. IBM offers no help, Microsoft points to IBM 
as the problem. PLEASE HELP!!!!!!

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