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Dose any one know how to set it up? What are the benifits to it?
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Thats a pretty open ended question there. DFS is pretty simple overall. DFS can be used to create one logical file system out of multiple physical systems. With DFS, you can create a single directory tree that including multiple file servers and file shares in a group so that users can find files or folders across the whole network easily.

Heres a Step by Step from MS on DFS: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb727150.aspx
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