It sounds like you are trying to view and delete a link folder under the
root, correct? A namespace is not meant to be browsed locally--the referrals
occur only when that folder is accessed remotely. Our FAQ covers how link
Scroll to the question "Q. What DFS structures are stored locally on root
Typically, deleting a link in the snap-in will delete the underlying link
folder from the file system. However, there are situations in which this
doesn't work and the link folder must be deleted manually. As you've seen,
this is not as simple as clicking Delete. Please also search for the
question "Q. How do I delete a link folder? " in the FAQ link above for
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Post by Lok Tak Cheong
After setting up a target in a link of Distribution File System.
It is finding that a folder was alway offline
Then, I tried to open the folders but it failed. It revealed "C:\Folder is
not accessable. The network location cannot be reached. For infomration
about network troublesshooting, see windows Help."
Then I had removed the target and attempted to delete the folder but it
revealed "Cannot delete Folder: The network location cannot reached. For
infomration about network troubleshooting, see windows Help."
I am the administrator and did the above actions direct at the server.
When I openned the folder properties, the security tab did not reveal.