Ps3 shared folders not updating
I've setup the office 365 account in outlook 2016 using autodiscover which all works ok.
The only issue is that in cached mode the secondary mailbox that it has permissions to view shows all it's folders but when clicking on the folders it shows no content.
Is there a setting that needs changing or is this how cached mode works.
I did leave outlook open overnight but it didn't sync anymore emails. "The solutions and answers provided on Experts Exchange have been extremely helpful to me over the last few years.
My W10-pro is not showing our home network where my wife's W10-home still works like in the good old W7-home.
The internet W10 forums are filled with this behaviour.
Had our emails migrated over from a local exchange to office 365 using skykick.
Office 365 account has read and manage (plus send email from and on behalf) permissions to another mailbox.
The email account that outlook is logged into appears to sync ok without needing to click Update Folders, it's only "shared" mailboxes.
From File Explorer I get: This is from Dell-380 trying to gain access to the folder on Dell-660s.
Note how it had no problem with access to the folder on Dell-NB. I had similar problems until I did the following on all 3 of my computers runnign Windows 10: Right click on Network and select Properties. Click the down arrow next to All Networks at the bottom. Click the Save changes button.: Turn on sharing so anyone.....; Use 128 bit encryption.......; Turn off password protected sharing.
a fix, some of which work and some of which do not.
From what I can see, those posters who have claimed a particular fix works don’t actually have the bug (which seems to be hardware/software specific) and have in fact fixed something else which is similar in behavior to the bug. The fix involves creating a batch script which uses taskkill to kill and restart this process, at which point the bug clears.
(I wish illustrated better, but I hope these are sufficient.) I have three networked computers, named Dell-NB, Dell-380, Dell-660s. None used a Home Group as W7 nor do they now as W10.