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Does static address mapping get replicated to its partners? I've got everything at default settings and doesn't appear to do it. Is there a way to make it replicated by changing settings in the registry? The primary WINS server has about 10 partners and it's too difficult to go into each partner and change entries for static mapping.

Any help would be much appreciated.
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Static mapping should be replicated to all partners, providing of course that you have set up replication correctly.

Make sure you push AND pull settings are ok.

You won't see the adresses in the list of static mappings of the other servers, but if you view the total database, the adresses you entered in one server should appear, and have a mark under the 'S' (Static) column, as well as the 'A' (Active) column.
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I have found the answer myself. Thanks anyway. There are actually registry settings that has to be set before it will replicate its static mapping address out.
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