The network share is on a server called alpha for which I have full control
of this folder:
I mapped the share to my laptop as drive z:
I right clicked on documents, selected location and chose z: and elected to
move all of the files.
I then turned on offline files for that folder after which it says preparing
files so they are always available offline.
I get a TON of errors (like 543 errors) saying the same thing for every
single file. "The process cannot access the file because it is being used
by another process."
When I looked at the offline files control panel applet (control panel >
Networking > Offline files) It shows the correct amount of space being used.
When I'm offline I can see all the folders and files in explorer but when I
try to open one it says the file is currently unavailable for use on this
computer. I get the same error no matter which file i try to open while
offline. They are a variety of type of documents (word 2003, excel, pdf,
tif, gif files, etc...)
"Jill Zoeller [MSFT]" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> The error you're seeing is self-explanatory--something is holding the file
> open. What file is it?
> When you say that you can't actually open files offline, do you get an
> error? What happens exactly?
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> "Jeffrey S. Sparks" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>>I keep getting an error when trying to sync offline files. "The process
>>cannot access the file because it is being used by another process."
>> I have never been able to get offline files to work in Vista (business
>> edition) but it worked fine in XP pro? These are just documents from a
>> variety of different sources. I can see the files and folders listed
>> offline but can't actually open them offline.
>> They are stored on a windows 2003 SBS Server.
>> Any help would be greatly appreciated.