Jose Barreto has a new blog post to help you understand how to design your DFS Namespaces. He covers three options to create a namespace that points a few folders in three different file servers:

  • Simple mapping of shares
  • Flattening out the tree in the namespace
  • Reversing the original tree structure on each file server 

The post includes several details, like scripts to create the different namespaces, screenshots of what the users see in each case and XML exports of each namespace. See how flexible DFS Namespaces can be by reading the full post at
http://blogs.technet.com/josebda/archive/2009/08/21/three-ways-to-design-your-dfs-namespaces.aspx