Suppressing Folder Redirection Error Message

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Hello,

I am setting up Folder Redirection under GPO on our Windows 2000 Server. It
works beautifully, except for the fact that I am getting an error message
when I log out because I have an Access database in My Documents and it is
trying to synchronize it. (I've already been to the microsoft site and
found the KB article relating to this issue.)

My question is not to be able to make the access database synchronize; in
fact I would rather have it work like it does and leave it on the server and
not make it available offline, which is what it does. However, my question
is: Is there any way to suppress the error message so I don't have to click
Close (on the error messsage) when I'm logging out?

Thanks
John
 

ken

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Hey John-

You might consider putting the database in a separate
share on a server. If others are using it, and just map
a drive to that share, and don't set it to sync to your
computer.

Ken

>-----Original Message-----
>Hello,
>
>I am setting up Folder Redirection under GPO on our
Windows 2000 Server. It
>works beautifully, except for the fact that I am getting
an error message
>when I log out because I have an Access database in My
Documents and it is
>trying to synchronize it. (I've already been to the
microsoft site and
>found the KB article relating to this issue.)
>
>My question is not to be able to make the access
database synchronize; in
>fact I would rather have it work like it does and leave
it on the server and
>not make it available offline, which is what it does.
However, my question
>is: Is there any way to suppress the error message so I
don't have to click
>Close (on the error messsage) when I'm logging out?
>
>Thanks
>John
>
>
>.
>