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    Standalone Namespace. Cant seem to work out what it does?

    Hi,

    Having a bit of a dumb moment.

    I have setup dfsr to replicate a folder between our five sites. I then setup a domain namespace on our systen so that when we type \\domain\share it heads to the nearest server rather than going accross the vlan.

    I am now trying to setup MDT which requires a standalone namespace but cant get my head around how these works.

    If i set one up, can it have five directories that it picks the fastest server like a domain namespace does? Which server would you have to point to get the namespace?

    Thanks

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    From my reading around this subject (MDT only) and some experimentation I believe that the best way to set MDT up is to co-locate it with WDS and DHCP. This way all the components to make it work are in one box so to speak. Do you have distributed DHCP/WDS? if you have I'm out of my depth. Hope this helps.

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