2006-02-27 16:10:28 UTC
I'm having a problem with DFS on Server 2003-R2, and a Microsoft support
tech asked me if I set up my DFS with "DFS-R2" (I guess he means the or the
DFS "Management" snap-in) or the "old" "Distributed File System" snap-in.
What difference does that make??? Are you supposed to use the "new" snap-in?
Is there something better about it or the results you see because you use it?
I've, historically, used the plain old "Distributed File System" snap-in and
my replication seemed to work fine. But now I'm nervous because the support
tech completely panicked when the new snap-in didn't display the structure at
all that was created with the old snap-in.