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Networking - Sharing Files

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I am currently working out the kinks in my network. I have a Desktop, a laptop, in addition to my work computer.

I am trying to figure out how to sync my folders so I have my files/folder updated.


Bring home files from work computer and put them on desktop folder. Then if I want to access, update, and share the file with my Laptop.


what do I do if I want to place traveldrive files on my laptop then sync back to my desktop?

This might be a more complicated problem than I think, but anyone who is experiencing similar problems I am open to ANY solution to simplify a way to keep my files updated on all systems.

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windows does have s syncronisation thing i know this because my laptop use to do it at work no idea how to configure it i know ours is done via server but we have a propper domain, with active directory ect.
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You can configure a Breifcase to do the sync process, or go to My Computer -> Tools -> Sync and setup, there you can specify your sync options and what you like to sync.
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