To enable the same at system level or user level there is no direct user interface provision. But we can do this by editing registry key. SlowLinkSpeed registry key is the one which can be edited to control slow link speed behavior for offline files. This registry key corresponds to the group policy “Configure slow link speed” in Computer Configuration -> Administrative Templates -> Network -> Offline files
This registry value is present in the following two nodes.
Based on whether you want to configure slow link policy for the whole system or for one user you need to use the appropriate registry key from the above. We need to assign the speed level divided by 100 to this DWORD registry value SlowLinkSpeed. For example, to turn to offline mode if the network speed falls below 60 kbps we need to assign 614(60*1024/100) to SlowLinkSpeed registry value. Whenever network speed falls below the configured value, periodic synchronization will not be performed and all the file access requests will be redirected to the local cache. This is like intentionally switching to virtual offline mode even though both the server and the network are up.