Windows Server 2008 R2: File Services Overview


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We will take a look at, and walk through, a sample deployment architecture and relay how the underlying technologies like Folder re-direction, Off-line files, DFS-N, DFS-R, SMB, NFS, FSRM and FCI come together to address file data management challenges. The scenario will cover from where file data starts in the client, to how file data locations are virtualized, replicated, cached and managed in main office or even remote locations to help illustrate the breadth of file services. This presentation will cover how file services in Windows Server helps meet the requirements of managing file data. We will cover how file services in Windows Server 2008 R2 helps address how file data is managed, accessed and moved. This isn’t just about file shares. At the end of the overview, expect to be able to tell the file services story to your customers, and the value it brings.

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