You work as a Network Administrator at ABC.com. ABC.com has an Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) domain named ABC.com. All servers in the ABC.com domain have Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2 installed.
ABC.com has a main office and a branch office. The two offices are connected by a slow WAN link. A server in the main office named ABC-SR21 runs the File and Storage Services and Distributed File System roles. A server in the branch office named ABC-SR22 also runs the File and Storage Services and Distributed File System roles. Shared folders on ABC-SR21 and ABC-SR22 are replicated to each other using DFS Replication (DFSR).
You discover that DFS replication between the two servers is using too much bandwidth over the WAN link.
How can you limit the amount of bandwidth used by DFS replication?
A. You should run the Set-DfsrConnectionSchedule cmdlet.
B. You should run the Set-DfsrGroupSchedule cmdlet.
C. You should run the Set-DfsReplicatedFolder cmdlet.
D. You should run the Set-DfsReplicationGroup cmdlet.