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DATA REPLICATION USING SQL SERVER

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1. Can we have connectivity for data replication between an NT Server & NT Work station.
2. Is it required that all the systems used should be NT Server for a subscriber
3. Minimum system configuration required for publisher, distributor & subscriber
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SQL server (6.5) can be installed only on NT Server.
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Actually, there is SQL Workstation, a less expensive, single user version of SQL Server that is for the developer working on NT Workstation.

1.  Yes you can replicate between them.
2.  No.
3.  Apparently SQL Workstation fully supports replication.  I've not tried it myself (on the publisher side), but I would have to assume you could use SQL Workstation (and NT Workstation) for any aspect.

Check http://www.microsoft.com/products/prodref/559_ov.htm for more information about SQL Workstation.

Good luck!
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