Synchronization Manager overview
Using Synchronization Manager, you can control when your offline files are synchronized with files on the network. This ensures that you have the latest information from your network or from the Internet when you need it, while minimizing the disruption to work on your system.
You can have Synchronization Manager automatically synchronize the information that is available to you offline in a number of ways:
These options can be used in various combinations for offline files for each shared source.
Synchronization Manager compares items on the network to those that you opened or updated while working offline, and then makes the most current version available to both the computer and the network. Among the items you can synchronize are individual files, entire folders, and offline Web pages. Synchronization Manager provides a single location where you can go to synchronize any shared files that have been made available offline, regardless of the type of file or of the program that was used to make the file available offline.