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Two servers both 2008 R2, Running DFS Replicating from box A to box B. I have to replace Box A. How do i do this? Never Messed wiith DFS before, a little nervous. Advice please? How  to's?
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DFS folder replication is an easy thing to look at and figure out. You can break the replication, then recreate it easily. Test it with another DFS share and you'll see. Stop the replication, replace the server, recreate the replication partner etc.
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