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New DFS replication in R2

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I have recently upgraded one of our servers to server 2003 R2 to take advantage of the improved replication service. That server is the namespace server. I have folder targets on a NAS server and another server with server 2000. I am trying to create replication between the two servers. The NAS server has application server 2003 on it with DFS running and the server 2000 box has DFS as well, but of course it does not have the new R2 improved replication service. Can I only replicate between servers that are running R2? When trying to create replication it gives me the error, DFS replication is not running on folder target servers.
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