quick dfs question

I have a 2008 R2 file server with the following unc share locations:
//fs/users
//fs/marketing
//fs/hr

I want to add DFS Namespaces. Should I create a dfs namespace for each share?

I think it would look like this:
//domain.local/users
//domain.local/marketing
//domain.local/hr

And my current NTFS permissions would remain, correct?
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DLeaverCommented:
You would typically setup a namespace root folder - such as \\Domain.local\root - Then you can add the folders under that with the necessary targets to the DFS locations.

\\Domain.local\root
                L Users (Contains target to folder \\FS\Users plus any other target)
             
                L HR (As above)

Shared folders are then shared as \\domain.local\root\Users

You can replace the word root in this example with any name....

Yes permissions stay the same
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MontserratITAuthor Commented:
that's what I was missing, that makes sense now, thanks so much!
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