I've been using Win7 RTM on my system now for a month or so but I've got an issue with my system writing any data that is over 200k to a DFS-R share (Error appears with the code of 0x8007003B), I can write to a DFS share just fine so it seems to be something to do with the replication of data. I can also write the file to the DFS-R folder if I go through the administrative share.
My participating servers in DFS-R are Win2k3 R2 based with the latest service pack, WinXP and Vista clients are totally fine in writing data to the shares which leads me to think this is a bug.
Anyone having issues with DFS-R with a Win7 client?
P.S Forgot to mention I've tried this on a totally different system with a clean build of Win7 (just registered to the domain no patches whatsoever) and today I received a brand new laptop with a HP image of Windows 7 which is exhibiting the same issue as above.
I am using Windows Home Server based on Server 2003, I found that this issue was caused by the Folder Replication which is on by default in Home Server, I noticed this by the amount of error's in the event logs.
It was giving me the exact same error code.
However as soon as i turnt off Folder Replication, And clicked try again on my 7 computer, it carried on and never looked back.
hope it works for you.
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