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DFS error? "Problem accessing client access point"?

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Dear EE's

I am facing an error in my DFS. "Problem accessing client access point"

Please advice me.

Thank you
Shamil
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You need to manage DFS name space through DFS management console under administrative tools instead of cluster console

Check below article for more info
http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windowsserver/en-US/1b61c498-401d-4d5f-a3d4-1dd741f61146/standalone-dfs-namespace-on-a-windows-2012-failover-cluster-more-than-one-client-access-point-found?forum=winserver8gen

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