Re: Offline Folders
I had a few questions and things to try out so I can more clearly understand
1. Did you make the parent folder/share "available offline" from the client
or is the share an autocached share on the server?
2. Can you add the "offline status" and "offline availablity" columns to
your explorer view and let us know the values for the xls and the xlsx
3. What happens if you create the xlsx file while offline? Is this also not
visible the next time you go offline?
"Stefano" <Fritzly@nospam.gmail.com> wrote in message
> Thanks for your follow up Jill.
> I see this behavior both on desktop and laptop. Would you like me to send
> you the laptop?
> Have a nice day.
> "Jill Zoeller [MSFT]" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>> We are checking on this. So far we have not been able to reproduce this
>> but will keep trying.
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>> "Stefano" <Fritzly@nospam.gmail.com> wrote in message
>>>I run Vista (RTM) and Office 2007 on my desktop; the computer is part of
>>> domain and the excel files are saved on the server (SBS 2003 R2).
>>> I have several folders that are on the server marked as available
>>> my problem is that, when disconnected form the server, I can open every
>>> but the ones saved in the native Office 2007 format (xlsx). I tried to
>>> create a test spreadsheet and save it in the same location and the same
>>> name, one copy as test.xlsx and the other as test.xls; the the latter is
>>> available when I am offline, the former not. Also note that both of them
>>> marked as available offline under "Properties"/ "Offline files" Tab.
>>> Thanks in advance for your advice.