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Using Burflags with DC that hosts DFS Replica

Posted on 2011-09-21
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Hi Experts,

Our company has a DC that's is used as a file server (i know file server shouldn't be there...). We are facing many AD replication issues.

I've found Burflags D2 may solve theses issues. I've already used it couple times in other companies with some success. But never used it when the DC is also a File Server that hosts a DFS replica.

Question: How Burflags also affects other DFS replicas besides Sysvol?

Regards,

Rodrigo Garcone
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Refer this link:http://support.microsoft.com/kb/290762

Kindly take the backup of sysvol folder before you proceed.
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