Windows Server 2008 R2 Thread, Cleaning up morphed sysvol folders in Technical; I just want to check with you lot that I'm understanding this correctly...
See here: Folder name is changed to ...
27th February 2013, 12:24 PM #1
Cleaning up morphed sysvol folders
I just want to check with you lot that I'm understanding this correctly...
See here: Folder name is changed to "FolderName_NTFRS_<xxxxxxxx>"
So this is how my folder looks at the moment:
So am i right in thinking i should rename "Policies" to something like "Policies_Keep" then rename all the others to "Delete me #" wait for replication to pick that up on all DCs, then rename "Policies_Keep" back to Policies" wait for that replication to take place, then delete all the deleteme ones?
Really don't want to **** this up and as i have no way of testing this out of live, and regardless of how well i back this up first, i want to make 100% I'm doing the right thing before i do it....obviously out of hours mind you.
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