Windows Server 2008 R2 Thread, EXTREMELY URGENT HELP NEEDED! in Technical; Originally Posted by p-dave
yer its on a DFS setup, im sure its on the right share and security settings
18th May 2010, 11:04 AM #16
So long as the permissions are all set correctly and the same across the various DFS shares, it shouldn't be an issue. Obviously, the DFS Root will have the right shares in place, but if people aren't able to write / read correctly, then when their files try to synchronise across they might not happen. In my head, this should mean that they just stay in one place and aren't available for load balancing purposes, however, it would appear the default is to take the folder with the lesser share permission and use that as the one that it synchronises, therefore, if the folder is empty ...
Originally Posted by p-dave
Just worth checking permissions across them all to make sure that the security and shares are as you want and need them to be.
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