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DFS Folder Not Accessible

Posted on 2012-03-17
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I have made an existing share the root folder (Server 2003 DFS), and added a Root Target, which is a folder on another server.
The root target folder link has been added, but it is not accessble from the root share
Error:
H:\<Root Folder>\<Root Target> is not accessable

I am able to browse to the target server and open the file
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I had to log off, and login, or access from another server or PC
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