We have a file share set up with DFS-R providing replication from one server\nto another. The home server is running Windows Storage Server 2003 R2 and\nthe remote server is running Windows Server 2003 R2 Enterprise Edition.\n\n\n\nThe other day, I noticed that almost the entire directory containing files\nthat I had been working on the previous day were gone. I checked the event\nlog on the remote server and noticed DFS-R entries stating that the files\nhad been moved to the conflict and deleted folder shortly after I had left\nthe office. Some files were lost because the size of the directory was\nlarger than the 660MB quota.\n\n\n\nNow, I don't understand why this happened. My understanding is that if a\nfile is modified on two servers, DFS-R will move one copy to the Conflict\nand Deleted folder and the then replicate the winner. This is not what\nhappened. My files were removed from the home server without any events\nbeing added to the event log and moved to Conflict and Deleted on the remote\nserver leaving me with nothing in the original location on both servers.\n\n\n\nThis is the second time something like this has happened this year. We do\nkeep backups, so it was not as disastrous as it could have been. How can I\ntrust DFS-R when it just randomly decided to delete files like this?