Re: Offline Files and SAMBA
The underlying file system shouldn't matter here. CIFS is CIFS is CIFS,
regardless of what filesystem you may be using. As long as you allow others
to read from your shared folder offline files should work imho.
"Flo S." <fLKNowfirstname.lastname@example.org> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
>I am trying to use Vista's offline file functionality to sync my PC with
>the data stored on my Apple Mac. I can share a folder on the Mac, and I can
>fully access it (read/write) from the Vista machine.
> But when I try to make this shared folder "available offline", I get a
> whole lot of sync errors, one for each shared file, telling me that the
> respective file couldn't be accessed because there was another process
> acting on it. Strangely, an offline copy seems to be created anyway as the
> CSC cache becomes the exact size of the shared files.
> Unfortunately, Vista refuses to let me work on this cached version in
> offline mode. It does give me the small, green offline icons for every
> file in explorer but it says at the same time in the file details that
> none of them were available offline.
> What could be the reason for the sync error I get? And does anyone have
> more detailed information on the offline files mechanism in Vista
> regarding the compatibility with different file systems, such as HFS+? Is
> there maybe a trick to make Windows ignore the sync errors and let me
> access the (possibly present) CSC cache?
> Flo S.