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deleting a dfs root

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Can someone help me delete one of my dfs root in windows 2003 server? The server is an additional domain controller.

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To remove DFS root, follow these instructions:

01. Open the Distributed File System snap-in from the Administrative Tools folder.

02. Select the DFS root that you wish to remove in the left-hand pane.

03. In the right-hand pane, right-click the root target that you want to remove and press Remove Target.

04. Press Yes to confirm

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