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DFS and DFS-R is not a solution to implement high availability. If you want to have highly available network shares, implement a SMB failover. Find some more information at http://blogs.technet.com/b/clausjor/archive/2012/06/07/smb-transparent-failover-making-file-shares-continuously-available.aspx
Verify that the Authenticated Users group has access to list the contents of the root directory you are mapped to. For example if the x: drive is mapped to \domain.local\departents\Marketing then the user will need list permission for \domain.local\departments. In 2008/2012 you can specify under advanced permissions that it applies to "This folder only" so ...
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