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Mirror of Primary Domain Controller

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Is it possible to create a mirror of a primary domain controll onto the backup domain controller..

We want the backup controller to show the exact data as
the primary controller in the event the primary fails.

We need more than just an access/login authentication.

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Question by:Jim_Gemeinhardt
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by:Jim_Gemeinhardt
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You can use directory Replication between the servers.

Also u might what to have a look at a product called
OCTAPUS... This will Mirror a server between two nt boxes...

Since Wolfpack is not available as yet.....

Hope this answers your Question.
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by:ahoffmann
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take care with NT's mirroring, there are some traps if you want to boot from your mirror: i.e. it must be the same drive as the original.
 
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