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I currently have two sites connected via a T1 line. The file server resides in Missouri with approximately 20 users on the LAN. The second site is located in Tennessee with appoximately 15 users on that LAN. Users opening files in Tennessee experience excessive delays when opening 2-3 MB or larger files on the Missouri server. What are the options for file replication/sharing for the two sites. We use Terminal Server for external users and are reluctant to use that environment for all users at the Tennessee location. I have been given tenative approval to place another server in the Tennessee facility for this issue if it will be a cost effective solution.
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