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The New-DfsnFolder cmdlet creates a folder in a Distributed File System (DFS) namespace. Specify the path and a path for a folder target for the new folder.h**ps://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/powershell/module/dfsn/New-DfsnFolder?view=win10-ps
A DFS namespace folder has one or more folder targets that are shared folders on computers. When a client attempts to connect to a folder, the DFS namespace server provides a list of folder targets, called referrals. The server determines the order for referrals and clients attempt to connect to a folder target in the order that the server provides.
You can specify settings for the new folder. You can use this cmdlet to enable or disable the following settings:
In-site referrals.You can also add a descriptive comment, select the state of the folder and folder target, and set the Time to Live (TTL) interval for referrals.
Finally, you can specify the priority class and priority rank for referrals.
The Grant-DfsnAccess cmdlet grants permissions to users and groups for a Distributed File System (DFS) namespace folder. This cmdlet grants permissions to access a folder and to enumerate its contents. You can use the Get-DfsnAccess cmdlet to see the current permissions, and you can use the Revoke-DfsnAccess cmdlet to revoke permissions.
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