We recently added another file server to our AD. We set up a DFS namespace (\\school) and set the replication going on all the folders. It took weeks and weeks to get through the backlog of files to replicate, files were missing all over the place and the teachers were becoming increasing grumpy!
We decided to scrap the replication, but kept the namespace, for the ease of not having to adjust GPOs and Home folders paths.
However, this is the bit I need help with, the System Volume information contains the DFS cache (DFSR) folder, which is over 100GB in size!
What's the easiest/best way of removing it?
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