I'll try to be brief as possible.
I have set up 2 2008R2 servers each with WAMP 2.1 which uses Apache2.2.17. On Server A the Apache document root and <Directory directive> has been changed from the default to D:www. I installed WP 3.2.1 into this document root in a directory called blog. The blog is working fine from the apache 2.2.17 instance on Server A.
This [D:www]directory has been configured on Server A as both an NFS and SAMBA share using File Services-Share and Storage management.
On Server B, WAMP 2.1 Has also been installed and the Apache document root in httpd.conf and the <Directory directive> is pointed at the Server A document root [D:\www] using the UNC format of //Server A/www/. Apache is also running on Server B as administrator to enable network access since the Local System account has no network access.
Lastly I must state that all of this is located in a DMZ so there is no 'domain' or 'domain accounts' both servers are in workgoroup. So far I have not been able to get Server B to serve anything from the document root on Server A. Is this at all feasible???
I've already read that Apache cannot use a mapped network resource as document root.
Is there any way for Apache to serve wordpress from a non local i.e. network resource document root?
Also, these are vmware 4.1 U1 virtual servers running on iscsi san.