When you delegate to users the ability to create DFS shares, the configuration of the DFS dictates how delegation must occur. When you configure a stand-alone DFS server, the delegation process involves adding the user who is delegated to the local Administrators group on the DFS server. When you configure a domain DFS, the user who is delegated must be added to the local Administrators group on each of the Root DFS server replicas. If the DFS root is on a domain controller, the user must be added to the Domain Admins group; otherwise, the user will receive an "access denied" error message.
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