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NT 4.0 file sync/replication app

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i'm looking for an application to facilitate replication
of batch processing results, etc. between various
unc paths.  while there seem to be several apps available
does anyone know of a program that uses the nt event manager or provides another form of suitable alert methodology for replication failures?

thanks in advance.
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by:Tim Holman
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For SMALL files, you can use the NT Replicator.
For BIG files, you could use NET START SCHEDULE and the AT service.  Failure of the AT service to complete a command can be logged in the event viewer.

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Try Syncronizer Pro 3. Works very well and has a variety of powerful options. The Synchronizer home page: http://www.juul.stejle.dk/sync.htm.  I've tried others but this is the one I keep comming back to. Also supports multipul projects, excluded files and directories.
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