By far my most popular post is the DFS Replication Monitor With History script, so I like to revisit it every now and then and make sure I’m doing things the best way I know how. Continue on to see about the new upgrade.
For the past two years I’ve been working, on and off, on a way to easily monitor my DFS replication tree. I just want to make sure backlogs aren’t getting stuck and so forth. The Microsoft tools are pretty unwieldy for this, by the way. This sent me on the journey into DFS and how it works and how I can better monitor it. Read on to see how it went!