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By afamm ·
Is it possible to configure directory replication outside the export directory of the export server and import directory on the import server.
any clue guys

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by network_ops In reply to directory replication con ...

Sure. Go to SERVER MANAGER --> PROPERTIES --> REPLICATION and change the path to the directory that you wish to import/export. Make sure you remember to perform this action on Import and Export computers. That's it... (assuming that the other steps in the replication process have already been performed correctly).

Keith

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by rob.wilcox1 In reply to directory replication con ...

Perhaps instead of using the Directory Replication service in NT --- I've heard people say it can be quite an 'overhead' on a large WAN --- you might want to consider using Robocopy. This means Robust File Copy, and is a tool from the NT Resource Kit. It can keep dirs in synch, and it can be scheduled to run however frequently you want. I have a script which I could show you which keeps two servers in synch -- one is in Reading the other in our corporate headquarters in Cambridge MA.

Cheers

Rob Wilcox (rwilco@ctp.com)

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