I have to admit, i'm not an expert to any degree and I'm still learning
about DFS. Not something you can do in five minutes i've found. More about
using it, getting results and learning the signs of problems to jump on them.
But I would say this task is relativly common sense. Just make it as
manageable as possible for you. Making sure it stays organised, and to keep
AD light, limit the comments on each DFS namespace and target etc.
DFSR and Windows 2k3 R2, makes things relatively light and visual now in
terms of arranging your namespaces. So to my thinking its time to grab a
spreadsheet or pen & paper, and design your namespace's efficiently.
Best of luck and hope it all works out for you.
Remember the five P's!
Perfect Planning Prevents Pathetic Performance.
Post by CK
Sounds good. I'll look cascading DFS namespaces. Any recommendations or
advice in doing this?