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Windows 2008 DFS slow  to connect

Posted on 2013-02-04
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Hi,
Small story a had to move all my network folders to other server alot in the past...
So now im using DFS of my network share  \\domain.com\server\share...
I can see all the folders fine put when i try to see the properties of any folders it take maybe 5-10 sec  to open the same if I need to launch file .exe file ...

Info : dfs server windows 2008 R2
user all on windows 7

Also did try this
 http://www.experts-exchange.com/OS/Microsoft_Operating_Systems/Server/Windows_Server_2008/Q_24595961.html

still the same
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Still having this probleme :(
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Hi,
Im still having this problem with my DFS folders.
I did more test and it look like its only the shortcut in the folders that is slow to access.
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the probleme was with are switch
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