Microsoft DFSR vs. PeerSync & PeerLock
When a technology is adopted and implemented by an organization, it has proven that it meets an original set of requirements identified by key stakeholders. As time progresses, it is human nature to attempt to apply this same technology to new applications not anticipated by the technology developer, only to experience unforeseen consequences. An example of this phenomenon is Microsoft Distributed File System Replication (DFSR).
In this document we will help the reader understand the strengths and limitations of DFSR and demonstrate how Peer Software’s PeerSync and PeerLock technology (PeerSync Collaboration Edition) has evolved to become the standard for enterprise file replication and synchronization.
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|Last Updated Date:||Friday July 26, 2013 19:46:43|