DFS in windows 2008 domain

Experts out there, I am new to the dfs technology. is there any easy way to test the dfs function correctly?
Either in star alone DFS or domain based DFS, my understanding is that if i put a file in one filer and it should be sync to other foulards on other servers.
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nealerocksCommented:
That is the easiest way to test it yes.
Create a new text file in one of the folders and see if it gets replicated to the other server.
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sara2000Author Commented:
I found few other discussion in this community related to dfsrdiag replication state, backlog etc.
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