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Posted on 2009-04-30
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We have a DFS Link with a target on every site. Recently alot of sites have been taken offline. Removing the Target from the DFS Link was missed out of the proccess.

Im looking for a command line to remove targets from my link as it will take a long time to do manualy for the ammount of sites offline.
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you can use the following syntax of commandline to remove the replica member from a link in the DFS namespace:

Dfscmd /remove \\Domain\DfsName\LinkName \\Member\Share
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