We syncronize two file servers across our MPLS using DFS. I noticed today in BackupExec that along with the original "DATA\sub-folders" on the primary server, we are also backing up the same sub-folders and files as they appear under another tree on that same server that begins with
"Shadow Copy Components\User Data\Distributed File System Replication\DfsrReplicatedFolders\sub-folders".
Do I need to backup both folder structures? Instinct tells me that we should backup one or the other, but I am unclear on the ramifications of ignoring one over the other.
Should I continue to backup both sets of folders? And if not, which should be backed up?
What time is your backup running? Is it possible files are getting written to any of the DFS partners at that time? If not there is no reason to backup anything but the main share as it is all replicated
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