Updating offline disk cache
To support these requirements, there is a new HLK test to verify if vendor products support the right commands and get them implemented in future revisions.Contact your solution vendor for info about whether your hardware supports Windows updating the drive firmware.Here are links to the various requirements: The first cmdlet provides you with detailed information about the device's capabilities, firmware images, and revisions.In this case, the machine only contains a single SATA SSD with 1 firmware slot.This drive performed the firmware update within ~5.8 seconds, as shown here: Measure-Command Days : 0 Hours : 0 Minutes : 0 Seconds : 5 Milliseconds : 791 Ticks : 57913910 Total Days : 6.70299884259259E-05 Total Hours : 0.00160871972222222 Total Minutes : 0.0965231833333333 Total Seconds : 5.791391 Total Milliseconds : 5791.391 Before placing a server into production, we highly recommend updating the firmware of your drives to the firmware recommended by the hardware vendor or OEM that sold and supports your solution (storage enclosures, drives, and servers).Once a server is in production, it's a good idea to make as few changes to the server as is practical.Here's an example: Note that SAS devices always report "Supports Update" as "True", since there is no way of explicitly querying the device for support of these commands.The second cmdlet, Update-Storage Firmware, enables administrators to update the drive firmware with an image file, if the drive supports the new firmware update mechanism.
When you make a network folder available offline, copies of all the files in that folder will be stored on your computer's hard disk.
Administrators should read the release notes a given update comes with to determine its impact and applicability.
To use Windows Server to update drive firmware, you must have supported drives.
Items from an Exchange account are stored in the Outlook cache.
If this cache becomes corrupted, it may cause synchronization problems with the Exchange server.
I'm not sure what instructions you used to move the cache file from Vista but depending on the process, you may be able to use a similar function when utilizing offline folders in Windows 7.