Thank you for your help, it worked!
(As a server reboot was necessary it took a little bit of time before I
could check the results - but it after the reboot it worked)
"Jeffrey S. Sparks" wrote:
> Have you ever disabled opportunistic locking on the server? It must be
> enabled thru the registry for offline file sharing to work.
> Windows XP ignored it but vista requires it.
> "Karsten Reese" <Karsten Reese@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> > We have set up a laptop as a first testclient in a SBS 2003 Network. As we
> > were used to with XP clients we marked some folders on the network shares
> > as
> > "avaible offline" [Sorry if I use not the correct English Menu names and
> > messages as we use the German version of Vista]
> > Within the synchronization-center I can start a synchronization, but
> > during
> > the first synchronization of every file there are message (for each single
> > file) "Der Prozess kann nicht auf die Datei zugreifen, da sie von einem
> > anderen Prozess verwendet wird." = The process can not access the file as
> > it
> > is used by an other process
> > If the client is offline all files synchronized are visible, but I am not
> > able to open these files. If I check their properties, their "Size"
> > matches
> > the actual size on the server, but the "Size on disk" is 4,00 KB for each
> > file.
> > On the other hand the folder windows\csc seems to contain all the
> > information (in my case about 2GB and 3150 files)
> > This should be no server-side problem or a problem of insufficient rights
> > as
> > the same domain-user can synchronize the same files on a xp-client and can
> > access the files when vista client is online.
> > Are there any requirements to change the security settings of the
> > CSC.folder?
> > Thank you for your help!