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ADSI replication

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Hi,

if I want w2k ADSI to replicate to ports other than the default, how can i do that ? Give me some links or info if u have.

Thanks,

Amolg
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amolg,
Maybe something on this page will help:
http://www.labmice.net/ActiveDirectory/AD_replication.htm

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Delete...I wasn't able to find much information, at least nothing specific...

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