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dfs disappear,auto delete all structure

Posted on 2008-10-08
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Hi,
this morning I logged on the server to a client that is dedicated to act as a file server and I disappeared completely whole structure of dfs.Il problem which had already repplicato on 3 other servers on the network are always cha from dfs.
In eventviewr there are no logs relating to this issue, what could have happened? The os is windows server 2003 r2 sp2.
Do not know what to do what I suggested?

Thank you
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I think a reboot of the box will fix the  issue
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have you checked on the Domain Controllers? basically they are also a participants to DFS
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