Experts out there, We are planing to migrate Windows 2008 AD environment to Windows 2012 R2 not windows 2016 yet. I do not know much about DFS. We are using DFS extensively.
1. Dod we have to do anything about DFS?
2. I have been reading SYSVOL and DFS, not clear to me. Do we have to configure SYSVOL to DFS or AD will take care that?
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Cliff GaliherCommented:
If you're domain shares are still using FRS then you should migrate them to DFS. AD does not do this automatically.  This is not related to your other shares already using DFS and has no direct impact.
sara2000Author Commented:
How do I check the domain share are using FRS it DFS?
What about sysvol, do I have to set DFS for that?
Shaun VermaakTechnical SpecialistCommented:
FWIIW It is migrating from FRS to DFSR, not DFS

How do I check the domain share are using FRS it DFS?
You use DFSMig.exe

What about sysvol, do I have to set DFS for that?
Yes, same process

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