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Push and pull, how does it work

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Hi all,

Hope you could help me with the following question. An Application is installed on 2 Win2000 Server (Active directory). In case one of the Servers is down the second one shall supply the same services with that application.

Now the problem is when commiting changes one the application on one of the servers, how can that be replicated automaticly with the application on the other server?
I know about Pull-push when it comes to the SAM but what about normal applications.

thanks

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You need special software/hardware for this.

Look into Cluster services on the MS site.

I hope this helps !

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thanks, SysExpert
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