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Automatic Weekly Backup from File Server to remote File Server offsite - Windows Server 2003

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Hi, I currently run a file server on a box running Windows Server 2003.   Broadband connect 1.5mb up and down.

I would like to automatically, over the weekend, sync the file server with a mirror image on a remote server that I own.  Is there software that I can run on the local file server to push the backup to remote, or software that I can run on remote server to pull the backup from local?

Both locations are firewalled, so VPN or ports would need to be opened.
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There are many products to do this. I really have never used any since the backups over here are far to large to backup over a WAN connection but I have heard good things about this product.

ViceVersa : http://www.tgrmn.com/
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Rsync


http://samba.anu.edu.au/rsync/

And it's FREE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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