Yes. The home PC would only be as up to date as the work desktop up until
the point the network drives dropped out, but that would be better than
I'm not sure of the limit, and can't see any on the site, but I have shares
with 5 machines.
The not very robust handling for the loss of a share drive is annoying, and
could be done better, in otherwords auto-recover, but one for the wish-list.
Darren Green http://www.konesans.com
"Ndodge" <Ndodge@xxxxxx> wrote in message
>I have a desktop machine at work which is always connected and a laptop I
> at home and while out and about which is occasionally connected.
> Once or twice a week at work the network folders go offline, and
> on my work desktop seems to get confused, thinking that a folder got
> and then it displays a prompt dialog, blocking foldershare on that machine
> and files don't get synced to that machine.
> I don't find out about this until I get to work, and often my laptop is at
> home and not connected so I can't get at my files until I get home.
> I do have a desktop at home which is always connected. I don't use it
> other than to connect it to my cable modem.
> Could I set up foldershare with three devices ? (work desktop, laptop,
> desktop), with the thinking that while at home my laptop would always snyc
> with the home desktop, and that if I go in to work and find that
> there didn't sync, then at least after restarting it, it would sync up to
> home desktop which is online ?