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High Availability and Clustering Options
General Use File Server Cluster
this does actually support profiledata. Its a bit different then DFS-r as you can see in the article
Storages spaces with Storage Replica
Moving the data into your NAS filer. This is HA by default.
Dynamic Profiledisks are not compatible in EMC filer as there is a write issue in their version of SMB block addressing make the disk Fixed, or VHDx.
Portability is 100% covered in this case
This will handle the active/Active replication on the back end and you can use DFS-n between the servers for a single name space.
You can setup 2 file shares with DFS-R set in an active/passive failover state, this way the data is unidirectional and shouldn't cause profile corruption.
Referencing back to
General Use File Server Cluster, when you eventually move to an OS with SMB3 as an option (win8, 8.1, 10, 2016) you can use a function that is called, SMB Continuous Availability which will transparently shift the SMB to the secondary node in the case of outage on the primary node. This should also support Profiledisk.
its free and does proper Active/Active, but some companies don't like Free AND opensource.