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DFS Decommisioning

Posted on 2011-03-09
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hi

need to remove a DFS namespace and replciation group for 2x servers that we are replicating for DR.

what is the correct way to stop rep adn delete the DFS namespaces/groups without breaking the server?

use DFS management or Distributed file system?

thx
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Just go into DFS management and delete the replication group and delete the DFS namespace. It won't break anything other than your DFS.  ;-)
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appears to work fine....i worry too much :)
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