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Sometimes when I am working with remote sources on netbeans, if the connection fails, netbeans will open up a little window with a prompt that says something like "Remote synchronization failed, do you wish to disable remote synchronization for this session?"

When this comes up, there are two options:

1) Click yes, which would mean EVEN AFTER I fix my connection problems, netbeans will still refuse to auto remote synch until I restart the editor.

2) Click no, which would cause netbeans to try the sync again (obviously failing) only to have the prompt show up again.

This is really annoying. Sometimes I know I have a connection problem, but it is kinda hard to FIX said problem with this prompt showing up once every 5 seconds (stealing away keyboard focus as well).

Is there a way to disable the prompt?

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