Your company has a main office in London and a branch office in Seattle. The offices connect to each other by using a WAN link.
In the London office, you have a Distributed File System (DFS) server named FS1 that contains a folder named Folder1.
In the Seattle office, you have a DFS server named FS2.
All servers run Windows Server 2016.
You configure replication of Folder1 to FS2.
Users in both offices frequently add files in Folder1.
You monitor DFS Replication, and you discover excessive replication over the WAN link during business hours.
You need to reduce the amount of bandwidth used for replication during business hours. The solution must ensure that the users can continue to save content to Folder1.
What should you do?
A . Modify the quota settings on Folder1 on FS2.
B . Modify the properties of the replication group.
C . Configure the copy of Folder1 on FS2 as read-only.
D . Modify the replicated folder properties of Folder1 on FS1.