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Windows PowerShell™ Scripting Guide by Ed Wilson

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Enabling the Use of Offline Files

You may want to configure your Windows Vista and your Windows Server 2008 computers to use offline files. To do this, you can use the offline tools management utility as shown in Figure 11-2. This tool gives you the ability to enable—or disable—the use of offline files on the local computer. This action requires administrative privileges, and necessitates a computer reboot.

Enable offline files using the GUI.

Figure 11-2. Enable offline files using the GUI.

To enable or disable the offline files feature on more than one computer or as part of a standard build process, you can use the EnableDisableOfflineFiles.ps1 script. This script uses the Win32_OfflineFilesCache ...

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