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    DFSR - Any way to check progress of initial replication?

    Hi,

    Im just setting up DFS namespace with DFSR, its started the initial replication job but have a feeling its going to take all week to copy to all of our five sites.

    Is there any way to get a progress report or something to show how far its got?

    Cant seem to find any with searching.

    Many thanks,

    Dan

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    Assuming 2008 server or greater

    Administrative Tools > DFS Management > Replication > $Replication_group_name > Create Diagnostic Report > Health Report.

    Also look into dfsdiag on the command line.

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    Brill will give it a go thanks.

    Not sure how I didn't find that on the net.

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