I have 7 offices all connected with T1's. Currently all data is housed in our HQ site for backups and security. The 6 field sites suffer because of this and have slow access to files.
My question is:
Should I be using DFS to copy all this data to each site so they can work off of local copies rather than across the VPN's. Obviously that would help with speed issues, but will I run into too many problems with overwrites and files that are being opened by multiple users at the same time.
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