File replication in workgroup environment

I have 4 servers setup in the following configuration..

All running Windows 2003

Webserver 1 and Webserver 2 running network load balanced IIS 6 with an application that talks to SQL Server 1 and SQL Server 2 in a cluster.

The webserver has an interface that allows users to add information to the Database, and also upload files associated with this data.. the application keeps track of where the file is saved (on a drive on the SQL servers).

What I want to do is have the files saved to either one of the SQL servers and replicated back, so any failure of one SQL server will not lose acces to the files for the web applications on the IIS servers.

The servers are all running in a workgroup with no DC
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rjayresAuthor Commented:
Mirroring must be real-time, even running robocopy /mir every 5 minutes won't do it, as immediately the file is placed it must be accesible to both IIS Servers.
then create a DFS. that should do this.
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rjayresAuthor Commented:
I thought that DFS in a workgroup did not support replication, how do I set it up so that it does?
just set up a standalone DFS with 2 or more Root Targets.
if DFS sees more then 1 Target, it will try to replicate 3 seconds after a file has changed.
to complete the info:

you have to activate FRS manually after creating the DFS (In Properties of the Root Targets).
it's disabled by default.

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