How to display DFS Namespace if I typed in the UNC path only?

Hi, we have a server running the DFS service on a Win2008 server.  This was installed by a previous tech a while back who is no longer with us.  
What we would like to do is to setup a DFS namespace and if we typed in \\<servername>, we would be presented with all our DFS namespace.  Is this possible?
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Bryant SchaperCommented:
I think what you want is a DFS namespace published in AD.

You woudl have to publish all the folders under a nameserver, take a look at the microsoft DFS guide
Chris HInfrastructure ManagerCommented:
Soho_DanAuthor Commented:
Bryant, we already have a Namespace server.  If I go to Windows Explorer and typed in \\<>\<namespace>, I do see the files in the folder.  What I was asking was, if it is possible to just type in \\<> and I get a listing of the namespace.  
Hope I make sense.
Chris HInfrastructure ManagerCommented:
You can internlink and consolidate namespaces, but you have to have a namespace by design.

Going to \\domainname will resolve your NETLOGON/SYSVOL folder for your domain controller as they already occupy that DNS name.
Chris HInfrastructure ManagerCommented:
If you're looking for centralization, use a mapped drive for the DFS namespace

net use \\domain\namespace o:

Everyone would only have to type in o:

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