This section focuses on supporting distributed file systems. Activities such as monitoring Dfs activity, maintaining the Dfs configuration, and troubleshooting Dfs problems are covered.
Because domain-based Dfs relies on FRS for file and root replication, you can use FRS support methods to resolve Dfs problems. For example, with FRS you can:
Use Network Monitor to view counters associated with FRS performance objects.
Use Event Viewer to filter and observe FRS activity.
Use FRS logging to analyze Dfs problems.
For more information about the File Replication service, see "File Replication Service" in this book.