To make offline files unavailable

1.

Open My Computer

2.

On the Tools menu, click Folder Options.

3.

On the Offline Files tab, click Advanced.

4.

Click Add.

5.

Type the name of a network computer, or click Browse to find the computer that contains the files you do not want to be available when you are disconnected from the network.

6.

Under When a network connection is lost, click Never allow my computer to go offline.

Note

To open My Computer, click Start, and then click My Computer

This process makes files from individual computers unavailable to you when you are disconnected from the network.

You can also set your computer's default response for offline files from all network computers when you disconnect from the network. On the Offline Files tab, click Advanced. Under When a network connection is lost, do one of the following:

To be notified when the network connection is lost and continue working with the files you made available offline, click Notify me and begin working offline.

To make all offline files unavailable to you if you lose your network connection, click Never allow my computer to go offline.

Related Topics

Working offline

Set up your computer to use offline files

Make Web pages available offline

Set up your computer to use offline files

Preparing to work offline

Offline Files overview



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