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    Hi I am trying to create a shared folder that can be accessed from the domain but at the moment it doesn't seem to be working. If I create a shared file and add a word document to it I can see the word document fine in the C:\ Drive. If I access the shared folder by using \\SERVERNAME\MYSHAREDFOLDER it works fine as well. But im trying to access my shared folder from \\MYDOMAIN\MYSHAREDFOLDER the folder opens fine but then the files or word document inside it does not seem to show up. If I try adding another file to it a message is shown saying "Could not find this item. This is no longer located in \\MYDOMAIN. Verify the item's location and try again.

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    if youre tyying to set up a share that can be accessed as \\domain.internal\share rather than \\server\share you need to set up a dfs namespace for it (with the exception of netlogon/sysvol)

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