troubleshooting Question

Network copying files... performance...

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If I am copying files from Machine A to Machine B on a network, and I want Machine A to not lose so much in performance, (because it is a live web site, windows 2000 server)... what is the best way to do this?

Machine B is master, networks to A and copies files from A to B.
or Machine A is master, networks to B and copies files from A to B.

Or does it really matter which one starts the copy?

thanks!

BOBi
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