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I have a small windows 2003 AD domain with 75 users. I just purchased a new DL320 9TB storage server. Should I setup DFS on this storage server to help manage shares? Please advise...
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its not really a share management tool, its a replication tool, i would say no, windows will handle it just fine
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Are their any good online resource that you know of that I could read regarding DFS for my own knownledge?
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