Windows Server 2003 DFS

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Windows Server 2003
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 Configure Replication. 4. Follow the instructions that appear in the Configure Replication wizard. seems simple? well when I go to the Action menu there are no options for Replication at all. I cannot find how to set it up. all articles I have found say the same as above. any ideas?
ASKED: December 20, 2007  6:07 PM
UPDATED: December 21, 2007  2:24 PM

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Buddyfarr

Check out this article it has heaps of info on DFS
<a href=”http://www.windowsnetworking.com/articles_tutorials/Windows2003-Distributed-File-System.html”>Link</a>

by spadasoe 12.21

Is this an R2 server? If so, replication is not set up using FRS. Look in administrative tools for DFS management. The interfaces are different for the new DFS and replication engines

<a href=”http://www.microsoft.com/windowsserver2003/technologies/storage/dfs/default.mspx”>Link</a>

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