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  1. Makaveli

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    Should DFS replicate the modify date/time stamp from the source to the target(s)? Question relates to DFS running on Windows 2003...
     
  2. Sparky
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    Yes it does.
     
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  3. Makaveli

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    Thanks Sparky.

    Is there a setting to enable/disable this? I dont believe there is but it seems I have DFS replicating files/folders but the source and target date/time stamps do not match. What I have noticed is that when the folders start replicating from the source to the target they seem to initially have the date/time stamp from the source but then the date/time stamp changes to the current date/time, once the file/folder is fully replicated it keeps that moment in times date/time and therefore does not match the date/time stamp the source has.
     
  4. Sparky
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    Strange one - I check the modify date\time to troubleshoot DFS issues. Could anything be changing the date\time for modify on the server - AV, Backup etc.
     
    Last edited: Oct 7, 2012
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  5. Makaveli

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    Not sure what is causing this, ive never come across it before. Anyone got any ideas?
     
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    Did it come with no deposit and 4 years interest free credit??

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