We are looking at a huge upgrade that will see all of our Windows 2000 regional servers replaced with two Windows 2003 R2 servers. Any share that existed will be converted to a DFS share -> users, groups, profiles (although they are being retired), remote installs, application installs, source, wsus (from parent hq), sophos (from parent hq) Other software like APC Powerchute will be installed on all the servers regardless and I will have Backupexec installed on one with the source available on the other. Basically I am looking at total redundancy, the one thing I may have overlooked is printers. I did a little research and basically I would seem to have two solutions: - Print clustering. ( http://support.microsoft.com/?id=278455 ) But basically that would require a much more costly version of Windows so I don't really like that idea. - Installing each network printer on each server and making them available twice. The second is obviously pretty easy to do for me, but not for the users, especially with the onset of DFS I was hoping for a better option. Any ideas?