Is it possible to see the Enabled/Disabled status of DFS Links via command line or PS?

I'm having difficult finding the necessary commands to automate a report that shows existing DFS referrals/links for each Namespace in a domain to see which are enabled/disabled.  Is this even possible?  Currently, the only way I'm aware of is to simply navigate through DFS Management and view each one manually.
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NVITCommented:
have you tried:
DFSUtil.exe Property state \\namespace\share\link

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...or
DFSUtil.exe root \\namespace

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...which shows the State=online or State=offline
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adtapleyAuthor Commented:
NVIT, this is perfect.  The root command is exactly what I was looking for.  Thank you!
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