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OFFLINE FILES LFCDS IT Department Created By: Mike Panagos
Important Files Stored on LFCDS Servers! Shared Network Locations Employee (S:\ Drive) Student (P:\ Drive) Local Hard Drive (C:\ Drive) My Documents (T:\ Drive)
School Network Not Accessible Off Campus! I’m Offline Files Man!
What Good Are Offline Files??? Working at home Leaving on a jet plane At a hotel, coffee shop, etc.
The Old Windows XP Way
The Sync Center Windows XP Offline FilesWindows 7 Sync Center
Sync Center Status Indicator Icon Happy Sync CenterConflict Needs Resolving Your Computer Automatically Synchronizes Any Necessary Changes
Resolving a Sync Conflict Click the Sync Center icon Click
Resolving a Sync Conflict
Make Files Available Offline
Warning: You Can Accidentally Go Offline!
Need Help? Have Questions? E-mail: @IT Support Telephone: x222 or 847-615-6222 Drop in and visit us at the IT Service Center (ITSC)
Windows XP / Microsoft Word Computer Applications.
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Computer Information Use your own login and password if possible. To get a password, you must turn in the AUP sheet handed out at registration or sent.
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Presented by the Instructional Technology Center Please log into your workstation while you await the beginning of class. Use your own username and password.
SIG Leader: Mike Smith Host of the Mike Tech Show podcast My
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Saving Work to Your School Server Click through this presentation at your own speed. Use it as a review or a guide while saving a project.
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This is a Flash Drive. It is also known as a: Key Drive, Thumb Drive, Jump Drive, USB Drive, Pen Drive.
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