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Click Once Deployment - Replication

I have three servers (A,B,C) located in 3 diferent regions. All three servers are linked but slow, very slow. I have published an application in server A.

Question is, how can I replicate what was published in server A to the rest of the two servers?

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surajgupthaCommented:
I dont know if i have understood you correctly. so let me try
>>Do the same you did to deploy on one server on the other two servers. Am i missing something?
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sepknowAuthor Commented:
I do not want to publish a project to server A only.
It takes too long to do so to server B and C.
So, I just want to "replicate" the neccesary files to server B and C from server A.
But I am not sure if this can be done.
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surajgupthaCommented:
No you cannot just merely copy the files because the manifests that hold information about which server to pull the files from would differ. You will have to deploy the app to each of the app servers.
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sepknowAuthor Commented:
Any workaround?
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surajgupthaCommented:
well you could copy all the files other than the application and the deployment manifest. But still you will have to sign it after the files are copied.
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jsakhtarCommented:
Just use MageUI.exe from the VS Command Prompt. This will let you edit your manifests so they are correct for each location, and it will resign the manifests.

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sepknowAuthor Commented:
I will get back in a few days time.
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