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Introducing Distributed File Sharing in Windows Server 2003 R2

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The Distributed File System (DFS) in Windows makes file access across multiple file servers more transparent to the users in your organization. While the DFS has been around since the days of Windows NT 4.0, improvements made to DFS in Windows Server 2003 R2 have made it a more attractive storage feature to Windows systems administrators.

This Webcast will discuss DFS improvements in Windows Server 2003 R2, focusing on advances in the areas of replication and file availability. Specific improvements covered will include:

  • Splitting the DFS service into DFS-Namespaces
  • DFS-Replication
  • Performance gains that come through the new replication algorithm
  • Bandwidth throttling and replication scheduling
  • Using replication groups to collect data to perform centralized backups

    Speaker

    Laura E. Hunter Active Directory Architect
    Vendor:
    Brocade
    Premiered:
    Sep 26, 2007, 09:00 EDT (13:00 GMT)
    Format:
    Multimedia
    Type:
    Webcast
    Language:
    English

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