In a previous blog post I showed you some changes we have made to the SMB protocol in Windows Server 2008 and Windows Vista. To continue this series I wanted to share with you some more changes we have made in the area of file services. In this screencast I’m going to talk to you about the changes we have made to the Distributed File System or DFS-R and DFS-N and show you how to move your SYSVOL replication over to DFS-R for replication. Lastly I’ll show you some of the new tools for managing file servers in Windows Server 2008.
Screencast: File Services in Windows Server 2008 Part 2 More Resources
The Storage Team Blog Changes to DFS in Windows Server 2008 File Services on TechNet
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<p>Is there some problem with the video in this Screencast ? I can hear just the audio ?! Looks like PodCast :)</p>