After sysvol migration from FRS to DFS , the old sysvol folder should be removed in the end of migration:
If the replication working fine using the new sysvol , that means that sysvol replication has been switched to the new folder successfully.
Now you should check if last step of sysvol migration was completed correctlty , you should run the following command to confirm the end of migration : ``dfsrmig /Getglobalstate`. Once the migration is completed the old sysvol folder should be deleted.
If it not deleted , check the sysvol share is pointed on new sysvol folder using the command net share before delete it manually.
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