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Old 12-10-2010
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Mac make files offline
  

Hi guys I want to ask something about the most idiotic OS in the world!

I want to make files on a active dirictory server available offline on a macbook pro with mac OS X 10.6.4.

When I make a alias for the folder and inplug the network cable i cant do anything in the folder.

When i make another folder and use a sync tool for mac (filesync) i can edit stuff in the folder from outside the network but when i get back into the network I need to reconnect the folder on the server before I can sync???

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Old 14-10-2010
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Re: Mac make files offline

Try to follow the steps that I have mentioned below:
  1. Go to the System Preferences
  2. Click on Accounts
  3. Then Unlock for Changes
  4. Login Options
  5. Network Account Server: Edit (already joined to AD Domain)
  6. Open Directory Utility
  7. Unlock for Changes
  8. Select Active Directory
  9. Click the Pencil to edit
  10. Show Advanced Options
  11. Put a Check in the box for "Create mobile account at login"
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