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  • 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?

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  • Windows Server 2003 DFS replication

    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 Open Distributed File System. Click the domain root or link for which you would like to initiate replication. On the Action menu, select Configure...

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  • What is HDFS file system namespace?

    What is the HDFS file system namespace? Is there any relation between File area network & file system namespace?

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  • Monitor Internet bandwidth

    Good day, We are using Windows 2000 Small Business Server in our organization with Exchange, DNS and ISA server configured. 1. I want to monitor the internet usage by the users. 2. I want to take a report on monthly or daily basis how much MB/GB utilized by each user. Thanks for your reply in...

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  • DFS client based in windows server 2003?

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

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  • 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?

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  • DFS management (distributed file system)

    I have set up a distrubuted file system for our company. I have tried out some thins, and they work fine, I only have one problem, and I don’t even know if it is possible, but I was hoping you could tell me I have a folder strucktur today that goes \\server\folder\folder2\folder3 and so on The...

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  • Maximum share size in Windows 2003

    I was reading an article by Gary Olsen on the techtarget.com site entitled "Leveraging DFS in Windows Server 2003 R2". In this article Gary states, "the administrator reported a performance problem on one site that had a 62 GB share size, which is close to Microsoft's recommended maximum of 65 GB."...

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  • How can I resolve a GUID name to its CN Object Name?

    Hello. I'm a System Administrator on a network with 190 Sites. When I make diagnostic for domain partition replication with "repadmin" tool. I got some sites with old replication date. But it only show the GUID name for those old dates. For example my last diagnostic give back this: Caching GUIDs....

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