What is Distributed File System (DFS)?

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Define and deeply describe Distributed File System (DFS).


Distributed File System (DFS) is a group of client and server services in which an organization using Microsoft Windows servers can arrange many distributed SMB file shares into a distributed file system. DFS supports location transparency and redundancy to enhance data accessibility in the event of system failure or heavy load by allowing shares in several different locations to be logically grouped under one folder, or DFS root.

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