We have a customer with five locations. We are developing a plan to implement a Point to point WAN connecting all locations to HQ (Hub and Spoke).
We currently have a single Windows 2008 r2 Standard Server at HQ (DNS ,DHCP, FS, AD)
We are implementing a 2008 R2 Standard Exchange 2010 server at the same location. (HQ)
Five locations are getting new 2008 R2 Standard servers (AD,DNS,FS, DHCP) and will be joined to the domain and syncronised with HQ.
The Domain will be raised to a 2008 Function level.
My question is to do with DFS-R.
If HQ is running 2008 R2 Standard, Should I create the DFS Namespace there and add FIVE
Shares to sync with Servers A,B,C, and D ?
Each location is to have its own share to sync back to HQ.
Q2: Does 2008 R2 Standard support multiple DFS shares to multiple servers, or is there a requierment to deploy 2008 R2 Enterprise ??
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