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Past DFS???

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Last Modified: 2012-05-12
I am now managing a new Windows 2008 domain. The is one shared drive three technicians dump software on to install on new workstations. There is a folder on this drive named testtest. I can delete & the next day it is back.....I've checked several thing including DFS & we don't even have DFS set up at this time BUT I was told the last network admin before me tried to get DFS working but was unsuccessful. How can I check to makes sure DFS is not active on my 6 domain controller? So I can perminently delete this testtest folder & keep it from reappearing?
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