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How can I synchronize two SQL servers in seperate cities?

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I have two SQL servers: One is SQL2000 on a web server (ecommerce) database, and the other located in seperate city.

Q. How can I synchronize two SQL servers in seperate cities?
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by:Aneesh Retnakaran
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1. replication
2. log shipping
3. DTS
4. Linked Server + Trigger
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Care to elaborate?
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by:Anthony Perkins
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>>Care to elaborate?<<
Please do.  If you can give all your requirements it can help us narrow down the solutions.
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by:kvnsdr
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The goal is to have the MS SQL 2000 web server database sync changes to another SQL 2000 server over the Internet.

So far I recieve the error:

"The replication agent is not registered properly. Rerun SQL Server setup. The step failed."
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These are good articles and I've learned much, however I still don't understand how to actually connect to the remote (Publishing SQL) so I can PULL information back to my SQL Server.

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