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I have a folder layout like this (simplified):

d:\Share1\A
d:\Share1\B
d:\Share1\C

e:\Share2\D
e:\Share2\E
e:\Share2\F

The two main folders are shared. Is it possible to create a single share that contains both subfolders?

\\SERVER\Share\A
\\SERVER\Share\B
\\SERVER\Share\C
\\SERVER\Share\D
\\SERVER\Share\E
...

I can't use junctions because the subfolders change a lot. Is there any other way to get this done? Im using Win2003 R2, if there is a solution for 2008 or 2008 R2 i can upgrade...

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Hmmm... I don't use DFS a lot but I'm thinking it would do the job. Create a DFS root and add links to all the shares. Then all of the shares should be available via the DFS root. Does that sound right?

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Yeah, DFS will do this and no need to upgrade, it works in 2003. –  Ward Nov 17 '09 at 15:16
    
+1 for DFS, this is how I'd solve this –  squillman Nov 17 '09 at 15:20

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