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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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Windows Vista Configuration MCTS : Mobile Computers.
Backup. What to back up? Pictures Documents (include s if using Off Line Program) Video’s Music System Image – Programs – Registry – Operating System.
Moving files to the server You MUST save any files that you want to access in the future to the server. Go to “My Computer”. Select the “C” drive to see.
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Keeping You Connected Through Citrix Access your applications Access your network shares and documents Access your …and do it remotely!
NETWORKING PRACTICAL EXAMPLE. REQUIRED HARDWARE BASICS Network Interface Card Ethernet Cable Client Server.
FILE MANAGEMENT FOR THE GENEALOGISTS. Open Windows Explorer.
How to use the Hand-In Folder. Click on the Folder icon at the bottom of the screen.
Windows XP John Morano. Logging into Windows XP XP is a secure operating system – users must log into their own workstation XP is a secure operating system.
Microsoft Office XP Illustrated Introductory, Enhanced with Programs, Files, and Folders Working.
Outlook 2003 Overvi w For Windows XP Users The new interface in Outlook 2003 helps you read, prioritize, file and track more effectively!
Training Session II Storage Services Mapped Drives Web Folders/SMB Htcomnet FTP Quota.
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.
Introducing the new MyGCU Portal Click your mouse button to begin.
1.In Windows desktop, right-click ‘ My Computer ’ and select ‘ Properties ’ from the menu. Activity 5 Know more about your computer system Follow the steps.
Transferring your PST to your Home-Drive. NAVCOMTELSTA-GUAM N8 / LNSC.
Desktop Basics & Introduction LIBS100 May 9, 2005.
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