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Hi,

I have 2 identical database (replicated database) in different machines. how can I let SQL server 2005 automatically update other database once I make change in primary copy?
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You have to schedule synchronization agent for the replication for specific time.
I assume you have replication configured right now.
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hi, imran_fast:

I don't know how to set up synchronization agent and I don't have have replication configured at this point. could you please give me more detail step to do those.
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Hi,

First you need to configure transactional replication and then you have to schedule the synchronization which depends upon the connection speed between the two machines.

below is the link for step by step replication configuration
http://www.sqlservercentral.com/columnists/crego/2690.asp
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If you like to have your servers fully synchronized you'll have to configure transactional but with "run continuously", you'll get the synchronization almost immediatly
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