DFSR Sharing Violations

Hi, We have backlogs in our DFS environment. Is it possible that Sharing Violations are creating the backlogs?
We are running Server 2008 R2
Thank you
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Paul MacDonaldDirector, Information SystemsCommented:
Anything is possible, but what do you mean by backlogs?  Slow replication?
ASuman1856Author Commented:
Yes very slow replication. Our 4.5 Mbps MPLS is at full utilization as well. Do you think it is a matter of both issues?
Thank you
Paul MacDonaldDirector, Information SystemsCommented:
That depends a lot on what you're replicating, but certainly if your upstream connection is full, everything will be slower.  The sizes and quantity of files being replicated, as well as the topology you're using will all play a part as well.

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