Every once and a while Windows 10 will stop seeing DFS shares. I have two domain controllers and one file server - all running Server 2019. My DFS shares are structured like this:
When the glitch happens, I can only see the Home share - all others disappear. If I go to a domain controller directly (i.e. \\dc01.local\DFS) I see the shares. It's just the domain name DFS that is blank. The problem doesn't not exist on the servers. To fix, all I need to do is log off and back on. As such, I figure the problem is specific to my user session in Windows 10. There is nothing in the Event Log to indicate a problem. It may be connected to heavy load as this tends to hit when I moving large amounts of data over a DFS share.