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Can Distributed File Systems be broken up among different Servers in different folders?

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I have three locations. There is AutoCAD data that I want to replicate from site A to site B. There is Microsoft Office Data that I want to Replicate with site A, B & C. Is it possible to set DFS up to do this so that none of the AutoCad data is replicated to site C but all of the Office data is replicated to all three sites?

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easy - do not add site C to autocad replication group
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