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DFS is not going to the closest server

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I recently started using DFS to make certain network shares available faster over our WAN using Windows 2003 R2. The data is replicating very nicely, but I am finding that users are getting mapped to servers that are not in their LAN.  Instead users in Dallas are going to Denver.   Is this a problem with the DFS PKT file? How should I go about troubleshooting this?
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I would check out AD Sites and Services and make sure all the appropriate subnets are defined and that they are assigned the the correct sites.
 
See this as well:
http://www.microsoft.com/windowsserver2003/techinfo/overview/dfsfaq.mspx 
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