XSync is another tool used to synchronization of two defined folders. It just makes a copy of folders from folder A to folder B or/and inversely (depend on user's choice) "watching" for dates of files. Older files will be overwritten in name conflicts during synchronization.
Its algorithm is rather simple but you can keep your files always up-to-date in two locations, e.g. on the NetWare share and on your local disk, and more important is that you can access all data on two shares at the same time.
I often use Novell iFolder software. It's the best and has very good synchronization algorithm. But I need to have on my laptop always up-to-date all the data from network share which is accessed by many users. iFolder can't do it! That's a strange idea, I know, but it's not stupid.
Those are two hypothetical situations:
XSync can be scheduled using built-in Windows task scheduler. To quickly create the command with your personal settings please run XSync, select folders, choose action and click on 'ShowPath' button. There will be a full executed command line. Just copy the line to the task scheduler and set when it can be run.