Windows clients need to be rebooted
if a previously mounted non-DFS share is made a DFS
root, or vice versa. A better way is to introduce a
new share and make it the DFS root.
Currently, there's a restriction that msdfs
symlink names should all be lowercase.
For security purposes, the directory
acting as the root of the DFS tree should have ownership
and permissions set so only designated users can
modify the symbolic links in the directory.