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DFSRADMIN in Windows Server 2008

1 Bulk
Usage: Execute a series of bulk commands using a file
DfsrAdmin Bulk
/File:<fileName> -- Name of the bulk file
[/Domain:<value>] -- Name of the domain
[/DC:<value>] -- Name of the domain controller
[/Force] -- Suppress errors and warnings

=== Sample content for a bulk file (example.bulk) ===


//
// Create a replication group
//
RG New /RgName:UserRG /IsScheduleInLocalTime:false

//
// Add members
//
Mem New /RgName:UserRG /MemName:contoso\srvr1
Mem New /RgName:UserRG /MemName:contoso\srvr2

//
// Set the primary member
//
Membership Set /RgName:UserRG /RfName:Docs /MemName:contoso\srvr1
/IsPrimary:true

//
// Create connections
//
Conn New /RgName:UserRG /SendMem::contoso\srvr1
/RecvMem:contoso\srvr2 /ConnEnabled:true
/ConnKeywords:"High traffic connection" /ConnRdcEnabled:true
/ConnRdcMinFileSize:128 /IsScheduleInLocalTime:True

Conn New /RgName:UserRG /SendMem::contoso\srvr2


/RecvMem:contoso\srvr1 /ConnEnabled:true
/ConnKeywords:"High traffic connection" /ConnRdcEnabled:true
/ConnRdcMinFileSize:128 /IsScheduleInLocalTime:True
=== End of file ===

Example:
DfsrAdmin Bulk /File:bulk.txt /Domain:contoso.com

2 Conn
Supported Forms for Specifying Connection
/RgName:<value> /RecvMem:<value> /SendMem:<value>
/RgName:<value> /ConnGuid:<value>

2.1 Delete
Usage: Delete a connection between two members

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DfsrAdmin Conn Delete
<Connection (Conn) Addressing Attributes>

Example:
DfsrAdmin Conn Delete /RgName:UserRG /SendMem:contoso\srvr1
/RecvMem:contoso\srvr2

2.2 Export
Usage: Export the connection schedule to a file
DfsrAdmin Conn Export Sched
<Connection (Conn) Addressing Attributes>
/File:<value> -- Export the connection schedule to this file

Example:
DfsrAdmin Conn Export Sched /RgName:UserRG
/SendMem:contoso\srvr1 /RecvMem:contoso\srvr2 /File:sched.txt

2.3 Import
Usage: Import the connection schedule from a file
DfsrAdmin Conn Import Sched
<Connection (Conn) Addressing Attributes>
/File:<value> -- Import the connection schedule from this file

Example:
DfsrAdmin Conn Import Sched /RgName:UserRG
/SendMem:contoso\srvr1
/RecvMem:contoso\srvr2 /File:sched.txt

2.4 List
Usage 1: List connections
DfsrAdmin Conn List
<Replication Group (RG) Addressing Attributes>
[/Attr:ALL or <value,value,...>] -- List one or more attributes
from the list below:
SendMem -- Name of the connection's sending member
ConnSendSite -- Site of the connection's sending member
RecvMem -- Name of the connection's receiving member
ConnRecvSite -- Site of the connection's receiving member
ConnEnabled -- Specifies whether the connection is enabled
RepHrsWeek -- Replication hours per week
ConnType -- Type of connection (Intersite or Intrasite)
SchedType -- Type of schedule (Default or Custom)
MaxBW -- Maximum replication bandwidth
ConnRdcEnabled -- Specifies whether RDC is enabled on this connection
ConnRdcMinFileSize -- Minimum file size for which RDC is used

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ConnKeywords -- Connection keywords
ConnGuid -- Connection GUID
IsScheduleInLocalTime -- Specifies whether the receiving member
interprets the schedule to be in local time (true) or UTC (false)
ObjState -- State of the connection object

Example:
DfsrAdmin Conn List /RgName:UserRG
/Attr:SendMem,RecvMem,ConnGuid,ObjState

Usage 2: List a connection's replication schedule


DfsrAdmin Conn List Schedule
<Connection (Conn) Addressing Attributes>
[/SendMem:<value>] -- Name of the connection's sending member
[/RecvMem:<value>] -- Name of the connection's receiving member

Example:
DfsrAdmin Conn List Schedule /RgName:UserRG
/SendMem:contoso\srvr1 /RecvMem:contoso\srvr2

2.5 New
Usage: Create a new connection
DfsrAdmin Conn New
<Replication Group (RG) Addressing Attributes>
/SendMem:<value> -- Name of the connection's sending member
/RecvMem:<value> -- Name of the connection's receiving member
[/ConnEnabled:<true/false>] -- Specifies whether the connection is
enabled
[/ConnKeywords:<value>] -- Connection keywords
[/ConnRdcEnabled:<true/false>] -- Specifies whether RDC is enabled
on this connection
[/ConnRdcMinFileSize:<value>] -- Minimum file size for which RDC is
used
[/IsScheduleInLocalTime:<true/false>] -- Specifies whether the
receiving member interprets the schedule to be in local time (true) or UTC
(false)

Example:
DfsrAdmin Conn New /RgName:UserRG /SendMem::contoso\srvr1
/RecvMem:contoso\srvr2 /ConnEnabled:true /ConnKeywords:"High
traffic connection" /ConnRdcEnabled:true
/ConnRdcMinFileSize:128 /IsScheduleInLocalTime:True

2.6 Set

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Usage 1: Set connection attribute(s)
DfsrAdmin Conn Set
<Connection (Conn) Addressing Attributes>
[/ConnEnabled:<true/false>] -- Specifies whether the connection is
enabled
[/ConnKeywords:<value>] -- Connection keywords
[/ConnRdcEnabled:<true/false>] -- Specifies whether RDC is enabled
on this connection
[/ConnRdcMinFileSize:<value>] -- Minimum file size for which RDC is
used
[/IsScheduleInLocalTime:<true/false>] -- Specifies whether the
receiving member interprets the schedule to be in local time (true) or UTC
(false)

Example:
DfsrAdmin Conn Set /RgName:UserRG /SendMem:contoso\srvr1
/RecvMem:contoso\srvr2 /ConnEnabled:true /ConnKeywords:"High
traffic connection" /ConnRdcEnabled:true
/ConnRdcMinFileSize:128 /IsScheduleInLocalTime:True

Usage 2: Set connection schedule


DfsrAdmin Conn Set
<Connection (Conn) Addressing Attributes>
Schedule <Default/Empty/Full> -- Specifies whether to use the default
replication group schedule, create an empty connection schedule, or create a
connection schedule that enables replication for 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
using full bandwidth

Examples:
DfsrAdmin Conn Set Sched Default /RgName:UserRG
/SendMem:contoso\srvr1 /RecvMem:contoso\srvr2
DfsrAdmin Conn Set Sched Empty /RgName:UserRG /SendMem:srvr1
/RecvMem:Computer2
DfsrAdmin Conn Set Sched Full /RgName:UserRG
/SendMem:srvr1.contoso.com /RecvMem:Computer2.contoso.com

Usage 3: Set a custom connection schedule


DfsrAdmin Conn Set Sched
Custom -- Sets a custom connection schedule
<Connection (Conn) Addressing Attributes>
/Day:<value> -- Day of the week (for example, Monday or Friday)
/Sched:<value> -- Defines the value for each 15-min interval in sets of 4,
where each set represents one hour x 24 hours, where 0=off and f=on, and numbers
represent bandwidth throttling (for example, 1=16kbps, 2=64kbps, 3=128kbps and so
on)

Example:
DfsrAdmin Conn Set Sched Custom /RgName:UserRG
/SendMem:contoso\srvr1 /RecvMem:contoso\srvr2 /Day:Tuesday

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/Schedule:ffff,ffff,ffff,0000,ffff,0000,ffff,0000,4444,0000,44
44,0000,4444,0000,4444,0000,4444,0000,ffff,0000,ffff,0000,ffff
,ffff

3 Health
3.1 New
Usage 1: Generate a health report against all members of a replication group
DfsrAdmin Health New
<Replication Group (RG) Addressing Attributes>
[/RefMemName:<value>] -- Name of the reference member (used to
determine backlog)
[/RepName:<value>] -- Name of the report
[/FsCount:<true/false>] -- Specifies whether to count the files in each
replicated folder

Example:
DfsrAdmin Health New /RgName:UserRG /RefMemName:contoso\srvr1
/RepName:C:\Reporting\UserRGHealth.html /FsCount:true

Usage 2: Generate a health report against one member of a replication group


DfsrAdmin Health New
<Member (Mem) Addressing Attributes>
[/RefMemName:<value>] -- Name of the reference member (used to
determine backlog)
[/RepName:<value>] -- Name of the report
[/FsCount:<true/false>] -- Specifies whether to count the files in each
replicated folder

Example:
DfsrAdmin Health New /RgName:UserRG /MemName:contoso\srvr2
/RefMemName:srvr1 /RepName:C:\Reporting\UserRGHealth.html
/FsCount:true

Usage 3: Generate a health report against one or more members of a replication


group
DfsrAdmin Health New
<Replication Group (RG) Addressing Attributes>
/MemListFile:<fileName> -- Name of the import file containing the list of
members
[/RefMemName:<value>] -- Name of the reference member (used to
determine backlog)
[/RepName:<value>] -- Name of the report
[/FsCount:<true/false>] -- Specifies whether to count the files in each
replicated folder

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Example:
DfsrAdmin Health New /RgName:UserRG /MemListFile:members.txt
/RefMemName:srvr1 /RepName:C:\Reporting\UserRGHealth.html
/FsCount:true

4 Mem
Supported Forms for Specifying Member
/RgName:<value> /MemName:<value>
/RgName:<value> /MemGuid:<value>

4.1 Delete
Usage: Delete a member
DfsrAdmin Mem Delete
<Member (Mem) Addressing Attributes>

Example:
DfsrAdmin Mem Delete /RgName:UserRG /MemName:srvr1
/Domain:contoso

4.2 List
Usage: List members
DfsrAdmin Mem List
<Replication Group (RG) Addressing Attributes>
[/Attr:ALL or <value,value,...>] -- List one or more attributes from
the list below.
MemName -- Name of the member
MemDomain -- Domain of the member
MemSite -- Member site
MemNumInConn -- Number of of inbound connections for the member
MemNumOutConn -- Number of outbound connections for the member
MemNumConn -- Number of connections for the member
MemNumInterSiteConn -- Number of intersite connections for the member
MemNumIntraSiteConn -- Number of intrasite connections for the member
MemKeywords -- Member keywords
MemDNS -- Member DNS Name
MemGuid -- Member GUID
IsCluster -- Specifies whether the member is a cluster
ObjState -- State of the member object

Example:
DfsrAdmin Mem List /RgName:UserRG /Attr:MemName,MemberGuid

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4.3 New
Usage: Create a new member
DfsrAdmin Mem New
<Member (Mem) Addressing Attributes>
[/MemKeywords:<value>] -- Member keywords
[/DisableMembershipCreation] -- Disables the creation of
memberships for the newly added member

Example:
DfsrAdmin Mem New /RgName:UserRG /MemName:srvr1
/Domain:contoso

4.4 Set
Usage: Set member attribute
Mem Set
<Member (Mem) Addressing Attributes>
[/MemKeywords:<value>] -- Member keywords

Example:
DfsrAdmin Mem Set /RgName:UserRG /MemName:srvr1
/MemberKeywords:"hub"

5 Membership
Supported Forms for Specifying Membership
/RgName:<value> /MembershipGuid:<value>
/RgName:<value> /MemName:<value> /RfName:<value>

Additional Forms of Specifying Membership When Using List or Delete


/Computer:<value> -- Used for listing membership
/Computer:<value> /MembershipGuid:<value> -- Used for deleting invalid
memberships

5.1 Delete
Usage 1: Delete a membership to a replicated folder
DfsrAdmin Membership Delete
<Membership Addressing Attributes>

Examples:
DfsrAdmin Membership Delete /RgName:UserRG /RfName:Docs
/MemName:contoso\srvr1

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DfsrAdmin Membership Delete /Computer:contoso\srvr1
/MembershipGuid:e588cbc0-95a0-47f5-8810-aac137d3c18a

5.2 List
Usage 1: List membership attributes
DfsrAdmin Membership List
<Replication Group (RG) Attributes>
[/Attr:ALL or <value,value,...>] -- List one or more attributes from
the list below.
LocalPath -- Local path of the replicated folder
MembershipGuid -- Membership GUID
RfName -- Name of the replicated folder
MemName -- Name of the member
MembershipEnabled -- Specifies whether the membership is enabled
StagingPath -- Path of the staging folder
StagingSize -- Size of the staging folder quota
CDPath -- Path of the Conflict and Deleted folder
CDSize -- Size of the Conflict and Deleted folder quota
MembershipDn -- Membership distinguished name
MembershipDFSFolder -- Namespace path of the replicated folder
MembershipPublished -- Specifies whether the replicated folder is
published in a namespace
IsPrimary -- Specifies that this membership will act as the primary
membership during initial replication phase
MoveDelFiles -- Move deleted files to conflict and deleted folder
MemDNS -- Member DNS name
ObjState -- State of the membership object

Example:
DfsrAdmin Membership List /RgName:UserRG
/Attr:MemName,RfName,IsPrimary

Usage 2: List membership attributes


DfsrAdmin Membership List /Computer:<domain\server>
[/Attr:ALL or <value,value,...>] -- List one or more attributes from
the list below.
LocalPath -- Local path of the replicated folder
MembershipGuid -- Membership GUID
RgGuid -- Replication group GUID
RfGuid -- Replicated folder GUID
MembershipDn -- Membership distinguished name
MembershipCn -- Membership canonical name
StagingPath -- Path of the staging folder
StagingSize -- Size of the staging folder quota

Example:

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DfsrAdmin Membership List /Computer:Contoso\Srvr1
/Attr:StagingPath,StagingSize,MembershipGuid,RgGuid,RfGuid

5.3 New
Usage: Create a new membership to a replicated folder
DfsrAdmin Membership New
<Membership Addressing Attributes>
/LocalPath:<value>] -- Local path of the replicated folder
[/DisableDirectoryVerification] -- Disables the creation of the local
path for the replicated folder and modification of any existing security settings
[/MembershipEnabled:<true/false>] -- Specifies whether the
membership is enabled
[/StagingPath:<value>] -- Path of the staging folder
[/StagingSize:<value>] -- Size of the staging folder quota
[/CDSize:<value>] -- Size of the Conflict and Deleted folder
[/MembershipDFSFolder:<value>] -- Namespace path of the replicated
folder
[/IsPrimary:<true/false>] -- Specifies that this membership will act as
the primary membership during initial replication phase
[/MoveDelFiles:<true/false>] -- Move deleted files to conflict and
deleted folder

Example:
DfsrAdmin Membership New /RgName:UserRG /RfName:Docs
/MemName:contoso\srvr1 /LocalPath:C:\dc\Docs
/MembershipEnabled:true /StagingPath:C:\dc\staging
/StagingSize:10000 /CDSize:3500
/MembershipDFSFolder:\\data\docs /IsPrimary:true

5.4 Set
Usage: Set membership attribute(s)
DfsrAdmin Membership Set
<Membership Addressing Attributes>
[/LocalPath:<value>] -- Local path of the replicated folder
[/DisableDirectoryVerification] -- Disables the creation of the local
path for the replicated folder and modification of any existing security settings
[/MembershipEnabled:<true/false>] -- Specifies whether the
membership is enabled
[/StagingPath:<value>] -- Path of the staging folder
[/StagingSize:<value>] -- Size of the staging folder quota
[/CDSize:<value>] -- Size of the Conflict and Deleted folder
[/MembershipDFSFolder:<value>] -- Namespace path of the replicated
folder
[/IsPrimary:<true/false>] -- Specifies that this membership will act as
the primary membership during initial replication phase

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[/MoveDelFiles:<true/false>] -- Move deleted files to conflict and
deleted folder

Example:
DfsrAdmin Membership Set /RgName:UserRG /RfName:Docs
/MemName:contoso\srvr1 /LocalPath:C:\dc\Docs
/MembershipEnabled:true /StagingPath:C:\dc\staging
/StagingSize:10000 /CDSize:3500
/MembershipDFSFolder:\\data\docs /IsPrimary:true

6 PropRep
Usage: Generate a new propagation report for the replicated folder with backlogs
measured against a specified reference member
DfsrAdmin PropRep New
/RgName:<value> -- Name of the replication group
/RfName:<value> -- Name of the replicated folder
/MemName:<value> -- Reference member name for calculating backlogs
[/RepName:<value>] -- Name of the report to be generated
[/NF:<value>] -- Specifies the number of most recently generated
propagation test files, to be used for generating the report.
Use /NF:0 to use all available test files.

Example:
DfsrAdmin PropRep New /RgName:UserRG /RfName:Docs
/MemName:Contoso\Srvr1 /NF:6 /Domain:Contoso

7 PropTest
7.1 Clean
Usage: Cleans up propagation test files older than a specified time for the
membership
DfsrAdmin PropTest Clean
<Membership Addressing Attributes>
[Age:<value>] -- Age in days.

Example:
DfsrAdmin PropTest Clean /RgName:UserRG /RfName:Docs
/MemName:Contoso\Srvr1 /Age:5 /Domain:Contoso

7.2 New
Usage: Generate and drop a new propagation test file for the specified membership
DfsrAdmin PropTest New
<Membership Addressing Attributes>

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Example:
DfsrAdmin PropTest New /RgName:UserRG /RfName:Docs
/MemName:Contoso\Srvr1 /Domain:Contoso

8 RF
Supported Forms for Specifying RF
/RgName:<value> /RfName:<value>

8.1 Delete
Usage: Delete a replicated folder
DfsrAdmin RF Delete
<Replicated Folder (RF) Addressing Attributes>

Example:
DfsrAdmin RF Delete /RgName:UserRG /RfName:Docs

8.2 List
Usage: List replicated folder attributes and values
DfsrAdmin RF List
<Replicated Group (RG) Addressing Attributes>
[/Attr:All or <value,value,...>] -- List one or more attributes from
the list below.
RfName -- Name of the replicated folder
RfGuid-- Replicated folder GUID
RfDesc -- Replicated folder description
RfDirFilter -- Folder filters for the replicated folder
RfFileFilter -- File filters for the replicated folder
RfDfsPath -- Namespace path of the replicated folder
RfPublished -- Specifies whether the replicated folder is published in a
namespace
ObjState -- State of the replicated folder object

Example:
DfsrAdmin RF List /RgName:UserRG
/Attr:RfName,RfGuid,RfPublished

8.3 New
Usage: Create a new replicated folder
DfsrAdmin RF New
<Replicated Folder (RF) Addressing Attributes>
[/RfDesc:<value>] -- Replicated folder description
[/RfFileFilter:<value>] --File filters for the replicated folder

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[/RfDirFilter:<value>] -- Folder filters for the replicated folder
[/RfDfsPath:<value>] -- Namespace path of the replicated folder
[/DisableMembershipCreation] -- Disables the creation of
memberships for the newly created replicated folder

Example:
DfsrAdmin RF New /RgName:UserRG /RfName:Docs
/RfFileFilter:"*.doc,*.csv,*.xls,*.txt"
/RfDirFilter:"dirA,dirB" /RfDfsPath:\\data\docs

8.4 Set
Usage: Set replicated folder attribute(s)
DfsrAdmin RF Set
<Replicated Folder (RF) Addressing Attributes>
[/RfDesc:<value>] -- Replicated folder description
[/RfFileFilter:<value>] -- File filters for the replicated folder
[/RfDirFilter:<value>] -- Folder filters for the replicated folder
[/RfDfsPath:<value>] -- Namespace path of the replicated folder

Example:
DfsrAdmin RF Set /RgName:UserRG /RfName:Docs
/RfDesc:"Allspecs" /RfFileFilter:"*.doc,*.csv,*.xls,*.txt"
/RfDirFilter:"dirA, dirB" /RfDfsPath:\\data\docs

9 RG
Supported Forms for Specifying RG
/RgName:<value>
/RgGuid:<value>

9.1 Delegate
Usage 1: Delegate the ability to manage an existing replication group
DfsrAdmin RG Delegate
<Add or Remove> -- Add or remove account delegation
/Account:<domain\account> -- Name of the domain account
<Replication Group (RG) Addressing Attributes>

Example:
DfsrAdmin RG Delegate Remove /Account:Contoso\Guest
/RgName:UserRG
DfsrAdmin RG Delegate Add /Account:Contoso\LocalGroup
/RgName:UserRG

Usage 2: Verify security for an existing replication group, and if necessary


repair it.
DfsrAdmin RG Delegate

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/Verify -- Verify and repair security

Example:
DfsrAdmin RG Delegate /Verify /RgName:UserRG

9.2 Delete
Usage: Delete a replication group
DfsrAdmin RG Delete
<Replication Group (RG) Addressing Attributes>

Example:
DfsrAdmin RG Delete /RgName:UserRG /Domain:contoso

9.3 Export
Usage: Exporting the replication group schedule
DfsrAdmin RG Export Schedule
<Replication Group (RG) Addressing Attributes>
/File:<value> -- Name of the export file

Example:
DfsrAdmin RG Export Schedule /RgName:UserRG /File:sched.txt

9.4 Import
Usage: Import the replication group schedule
DfsrAdmin RG Import Sched
<Replication Group (RG) Addressing Attributes>
/File:<value> -- Name of the import file

Example:
DfsrAdmin RG Import Sched /RgName:UserRG /File:sched.txt

9.5 List
Usage 1: List replication group attributes and values
DfsrAdmin RG List
[/Attr:All or <value,value,...>] -- List one or more attributes from
the list below.
RgName -- Name of the replication group
RgGuid -- Replication group GUID
RgDesc -- Replication group description
IsScheduleInLocalTime -- Specifies whether the receiving member
interprets the schedule to be in local time (true) or UTC (false)
RgDomain -- Domain of the replication group
ObjState -- State of the replication group object

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Example:
DfsrAdmin RG List /Domain:contoso /Attr:RgName,RgDomain,RgGuid

Usage 2: List the replication group schedule


DfsrAdmin RG List Sched
/RgName:<value> -- Name of the replication group

Example:
DfsrAdmin RG List Sched /RgName:UserRG

9.6 New
Usage: Create a new replication group
DfsrAdmin RG New
<Replication Group (RG) Addressing Attributes>
[/RgDesc:<value>] -- Replication group description
[/IsScheduleInLocalTime:<true/false>] -- Specifies whether the
receiving member interprets the schedule to be in local time (true) or UTC
(false)

Example:
DfsrAdmin RG New /RgName:UserRG /IsScheduleInLocalTime:False
/Domain:contoso

9.7 Set
Usage: Set replication group attribute(s)
DfsrAdmin RG Set
<Replication Group (RG) Addressing Attributes>
[/RgDesc:<value>] -- Replication group description
[/IsScheduleInLocalTime:<true/false>] -- Specifies whether the
receiving member interprets the schedule to be in local time (true) or UTC
(false)

Examples:
DfsrAdmin RG Set /RgName:UserRG /IsScheduleInLocalTime:False
/DC:Cotoso-DC
DfsrAdmin RG Set /RgGuid:903b5358-1b1c-4009-84c0-ac774b9ab70d
/IsScheduleInLocalTime:True

Usage 1: Set the replication group schedule


DfsrAdmin RG Set Sched
<Default/Empty/Full> -- Specifies whether to use the default replication
group schedule, an empty schedule, or a full schedule that enables replication
for 24 hours a day, 7 days a week using full bandwidth
<Replication Group (RG) Addressing Attributes>

Example:

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DfsrAdmin RG Set Sched Empty /RgName:UserRG

Usage 2: Set a custom replication group schedule


DfsrAdmin RG Set Sched Custom
<Replication Group (RG) Addressing Attributes>
/Day:<value> -- Day of the week (for example, Monday or Friday)
/Sched:<value> -- Defines the value for each 15 min-interval in sets of 4,
where each set represents one hour x 24 hours, where 0=off and f=on, and
numbers represent bandwidth throttling (for example, 1=64kbps, 2=128kbps,
and so on)

Example:
DfsrAdmin RG Set Sched Custom /RgName:UserRG /Day:Tuesday
/Schedule:ffff,ffff,ffff,0000,ffff,0000,ffff,0000,4444,0000,44
44,0000,4444,0000,4444,0000,4444,0000,ffff,0000,ffff,0000,ffff
,ffff

10 Sub
10.1 Delete
Usage: Delete a Subscriber object
DfsrAdmin Sub Delete
<Subscriber (Sub) Addressing Attributes>

Example:
DfsrAdmin Sub Delete /Computer:contoso\srvr1
/SubGuid:1377c253-6087-4047-87db-423fbdadd235

10.2 List
Usage: List the attributes of a subscriber object
DfsrAdmin Sub List
<Subscriber (Sub) Addressing Attributes>
/Computer:<value>
[/Attr:All or <value,value,...>] -- List one or more attributes from
the list below.
RgGuid -- Replication group GUID
SubGuid -- Subscriber GUID
SubDn -- Subscriber distinguished name
SubCn -- Subscriber common name
SubMemRef-- Subscriber member reference

Example:
DfsrAdmin Sub List /Computer:contoso\srvr1
/Attr:RgGuid,SubGuid,SubCn

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