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Posted on 2006-07-06
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I have created a DFS link with 2 target folders .So now I have 3 servers which are replicating.These servers are physically located in 3 different sites. When I put sample file on one of the target folder it replicates to the other 2 servers. But problem that I have is I have image of 1.6 Gb which is copied on to one of the server which isn't replicating to the other 2 servers. I have changed the staging file size to 2gb.but still didn't have any luck. Any ideas or suggestions why this could be happening.

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