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Posted on 2013-05-20
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Hey Quick question...should client failback be set on the namespace or shares??
Does it make a difference???
what is the difference???
why would one want to use the one over the other????

THanks for anyones help....
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by:David Johnson, CD, MVP
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In reference to what? WCF ? Please elaborate
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not really understanding what you are asking...

I am looking at enabling client failback...you can enable it on the namespace itself or on the namespace shares...which one should be enabled and why?? Whats the difference in enableing one or the other?? why would one enable it over the other??? does it make a difference enableing it (client Failback) on namespace or shares???
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I'm guessing you're referring to DFS Namespace client failback.  (If not, disregard what follows.)  The only reason you would enable/disable client failback on the individual folders is to override the setting at the namespace root.  Otherwise all of the folders in the namespace will inherit that setting.  There's a little more info (but not very much) on that here.
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