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  • Setting up DFS with read only and full access depending on user

    How can I setup DFS for some users as read only and some with full access on Windows 2008 R2. I was told I can do it with my version. But I do not know how to set the individual user's permissions.

    NewnanIT1,110 pointsBadges:
  • Deterministic fair sharing

    How can I use the extensions of deterministic fair sharing in enhanced active queue management?

    sreejaalinedi5 pointsBadges:
  • DFS client based in windows server 2003?

    What does DFS client-based component mean in Windows Server 2003 environment?

    Asifali10 pointsBadges:
  • DFS restrictions

    What are my restrictions for DFS? File limit? Replication Partner Limit? Can we use VSS on the DFS shares?

    TeachMeIT975 pointsBadges:
  • Setting up DFS to replicate three servers across WAN

    How can I setup DFS to replicate to three servers across my WAN? Do the DFS partners need to be part of my domain or just Windows 2003 server or better?

    TeachMeIT975 pointsBadges:
  • DFS info for setup on my Windows Server 2003

    How does the Distributed File System differ from normal shares? I read that you can keep multiple copies across the network. How does that work and how do I set it up on a Windows Server 2003 connected to my corporate domain?

    ITKE352,590 pointsBadges:
  • Setting up distributed file system on Windows server 2003

    I am trying to implement DFS or distributed file system to replicate my user’s shares across several machines. How can I set this up on Windows 2003? What requirements are there and are there any prerequisites?

    ITKE352,590 pointsBadges:
  • Locations throughout the US need a storage strategy. Our current strategy has servers and individual machines backing up to web-based services

    We have a data center I was thinking of acquiring a SAN unit from, then using DFS to copy server files to the SAN and then back that information to a remote storage site. How do I accomplish this with laptops? Do I use folder redirection, that takes too much time when logging in?

    ITKE352,590 pointsBadges:
  • DFS real time replication in roaming profiles and home directories

    Sorry for a possible repost. Is it ok to use two Win2008 servers (dual core Xeon with SAS disks in RAID 5) to set up a DFS target with real time replication for roaming profiles and users' home directories so if one of the servers fails, the users will still be able to access their data? The...

    lfpuc45 pointsBadges:
  • DFSR Event Logs Windows Server 2003

    We've recently set up DFSR so that it replicates remote site data back to the corporate office so we can back it up here. This is still in the testing phase but one of the things that we're working with our monitoring team on is the best way to monitor this. I already have them monitoring the DFS...

    Nickmanderson55 pointsBadges:
  • Windows Server 2003 DFS

    I am trying to replicate a DFS link in DFS on windows server 2003 Enterprise Edition SP2. these are the steps that I found: To initiate file replication 1. Open Distributed File System. 2. Click the domain root or link for which you would like to initiate replication. 3. On the Action menu, select...

    Buddyfarr6,850 pointsBadges:
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