DFS and Clustering

There seems to be some confusion around the Distributed File System (DFS) and Windows Server 2003 server clustering. First, let’s look at the terms for DFS so we start from the same foundation in this discussion. DFS Root – Think of this as a name space (DFS-N) or share name. This is the name that you connect to as a client computer. Underneath the root are the many different folders and files that may be on a single server or may be distributed around to multiple servers (i.e. some files located in a folder named Accounting on one server and … Continue reading DFS and Clustering