For future reference and to prevent intermittent window issues when you least need them to stop working!
Here you go:
Disconnect battery negative.
Remove all four door pulls (window switch handles) Disconnect the switches from their plugs. Pop the switches out from the handle from the the top to bottom.
Carefully remove the rocker switch on the top of the switch mechanisms.
Spray in some electrical contact cleaner (iso-propyl alchohol) on the microswitches... Leave to dissipate for at least 20 minutes.... While waiting, clean the male spades up with fine wire wool on each switch and use some contact cleaner on the connector blocks (female spades) on the window switch wiring harness.
Now all is dry and clean... Refit the rocker caps and reinsert the switches complete back into their respective handles... Reconnect the switches to the connectors but leave the handles loose for now. Reconnect the battery. Ignition on to MAR now try each individual window down all the way.
While the windows are down spray some silicon lubricant down the runners either side of the windows, this will help the motors if a window sticks through seal stiffness.
Now hold the switch down for ten seconds on each door for each respective window one at a time, Now wind it up all the way and keep the switch lifted for a further ten seconds.
Now perform the same task using the driver side door master switches and repeat the ten second process again... Your windows and switches are now reset in unison.
If some windows are still intermittent or wont respond to either switch, then it is time for a new switch or the motor is worse for wear and just doesn't have the capacity to wind up, they do get dirty inside and tire, they can be removed and stripped down or even replaced with used but good items. but at least you then know you have done your utmost before replacing them