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    Tengo un problema con un cliente, tiene una area de arquitectura, que tienen planos y demas. Son muy pesados (30 gb). Los tiene en un File Server centralizado, luego  en las Workstation que en su amyoria son Notebooks necesitan tener una copia Offline.

    EL Problema lo tengo que son mas de 30 gb, y en su mayoria armaron la particion C muy chica.

    Alguno se topo con este problema? Cual peude ser una solucion viable?

    EL ambiente es un AD con  Windows 2008 r2 con todas las estaciones en Windows 7 Profesional

    Googleando encontre la siguiente solucion, pero no estoy seguro, que opinan?

    This can be done through a Directory Junction which can redirect to a new location of offline files.
     
    The Offline Files are stored in the folder %SystemRoot%\CSC (which usually isC:\Windows\CSC or a different drive letter in place of C). First, create a folder on a partition with large space and give it an informative name, say,D:\Offline Folders as a suggestion.
     
    You need to delete the existing folder and create a junction in its place. For this, boot into Safe Mode as an administrator and delete theCSC contents and folder.
     del /s /q %SystemRoot%\CSC should to the job.
     
    Having created the new location folder, and deleting the existing CSC folder, now is time to create aDirectory Junction for CSC folder with the following command:
     
    mklink /J  %SystemRoot%\CSC  <new-folder-path>
     
    for example:  mklink /J  C:\Windows\CSC  "D:\Offline Files"
     
    Now, whatever is meant for location %SystemRoot%\CSC gets directed to the new location.
     I hope this helps.
     Note: The quote marks in "D:\Offline Files" were required because of a space character in the folder name, otherwise not necessary.
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    Moretti Maximiliano MCTS - MCITP MorettiMaxi.com.ar




    martes, 7 de agosto de 2012 2:05

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