Dfsrmig Command In Windows Server 2008

This article Shows how to use Dfsrmig command in Windows Server 2008 operating system and syntax related with it.
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Introduction

Dfsrmig command is used to migrate SYSVOL replication from File Replication Service (FRS) to Distributed File System (DFS) replication. This Command tool also provides information about the progress of the migration and also modifies Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) objects so they can support the migration. Syntax for Dfsrmig command is given below.

Syntax

dfsrmig [/SetGlobalState <state> | /GetGlobalState | /GetMigrationState | /CreateGlobalObjects |/DeleteRoNtfrsMember [<Read_only_domain_controller_name>] | /DeleteRoDfsrMember [<read_only_domain_controller_name>] | /?]

Parameters For Dfsrmig

Parameter Description
/SetGlobalState <state> Sets the desired global migration state for the domain to the state that corresponds to the value specified by state.
/GetGlobalState Retrieves the current global migration state for the domain from the local copy of the AD DS database.
/CreateGlobalObjects Retrieves the current local migration state for all domain controllers in the domain.
/DeleteRoNtfrsMember [<read_only_domain_controller_name>] Creates the global objects and settings in AD DS that DFS Replication uses.
/DeleteRoDfsrMember [<read_only_domain_controller_name>] Deletes the global AD DS settings for FRS replication that correspond to the specified read-only domain controller.
/GetMigrationState Deletes the global AD DS settings for DFS Replication that correspond to the specified read-only domain controller.
/? Shows Help at the command prompt.

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