SYSVOL Migration Series: Part 3 – Migrating to the ‘PREPARED’ state


Previous articles in this series contained an introduction to the SYSVOL migration procedure and explained how the Dfsrmig.exe tool can be used for SYSVOL migration. Keeping this background information in mind, we're now ready to start the actual SYSVOL migration process. This article explains how to migrate replication of the SYSVOL share to the 'PREPARED'... Continue Reading →

SYSVOL Migration Series: Part 1 – Introduction to the SYSVOL migration process


he File Replication Service (FRS) is used for replicating the contents of the SYSVOL share between Windows domain controllers. However, Windows Server 2008 domain controllers, which are operating in the Windows Server 2008 domain functional level, can use the DFS Replication service for replicating the contents of the SYSVOL share. A new Windows Server 2008... Continue Reading →

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