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There might come a time when you want to stop using a particular offline file or folder. In this case, all you need to do is right-click the offline file or folder and choose Make Available Offline so that the option is no longer selected. If you want to stop using Offline Files altogether, clear the Enable Offline Files option on the Offline Files tab of Folder Options.
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If the files you are sharing reside on a Windows 2000 or Windows XP computer, you can adjust their caching settings. Although offline folders and files are selected by users working from their local computers, caching options are set as part of the sharing process on the serving computers. The following caching options can be applied to network shares:
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G Manual Caching Of Documents. By default, all shared files and folders
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start out with manual caching. Manual caching means that the user has to select the files and folders for them to be made available offline. A characteristic of manual caching is that the selected files and folders are always available offline because they are downloaded to the local computer when the resource is first marked for offline use. On the other hand, only the files and folders that the user manually chooses (by selecting Make Available Offline) are cached. Manual caching is most appropriate for users who spend a lot of time working off the network, such as those using portable computers they take home from their office network or use while traveling.
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G Automatic Caching Of Documents. Both types of automatic caching copy
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files to the user s local computer as they are requested, that is, as they are opened. The server automatically caches the file or folder on your computer. When you open your locally cached copy, the server also opens its copy to prevent multiple users from writing to the file at the same time. Automatic caching is useful on networks that have occasional disconnections, so users can continue working during outages. However, there is no guarantee that the needed files will be available offline because as the user s cache space fills up, older files are deleted from the cache. This method of caching generally isn t a good solution for users of portable computers because they have to open the file while they re connected to the network before the file will be copied to their portable computer. On the plus side, the user doesn t have to wait for large numbers of folders to be entirely downloaded and synchronized on the local computer: Files are only downloaded as they are needed. Automatic caching of documents is especially useful for document folders or files that the user must be able to update.
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Part 4: Network Resources
G Automatic Caching Of Programs And Documents. This automatic caching
option is useful for folders and files that are used for read-only access, such as applications and reference documents. By caching these types of files, the user can access them more quickly because the network doesn t need to be repeatedly accessed as the program or document is used. To set the caching options for a network share, follow these steps:
1 Right-click the shared folder or file and choose Properties. 2 On the Sharing tab, click the Caching button. 3 In the Caching Settings dialog box, shown in Figure 15-5, select one of the
three cache options from the Settings list.
note If you are using Windows XP Home Edition, this option is not available because Simple
File Sharing is always in use and doesn t permit setting caching options. If you re using Windows XP Professional, you ll need to make sure Simple File Sharing is turned off to see the version of the Sharing tab that contains the Caching button. See 14, Understanding Resource Sharing and NTFS Security, for more information about Simple File Sharing.
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Figure 15-5. When you first share a folder, caching is set to manual caching, but you can change that setting in this dialog box.
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