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Posted on 2007-11-18
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hi anybody have any good ideas on how to make a shared folder available to users at two sites that are connected by a slow VPN link. Both sites run windows 2003 ad and have a mixture of xp clients.

I looked at DFS which would have worked great but the domains are differnt unfortunately.

ta
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by:Chesters_Syseng
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Hi, what is the relationship between the 2 sites ? ie: child-parent, same forest, domain trust or nothing.
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with no links, i would look at simple and easy FTP
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by:kingcastle
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there is no relationship between the domains

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by:kingcastle
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if we go ftp, then one side will not have the access speed required, any other ideas?

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no matter what you are goin to be capped by those speeds...nothing will make life any easier - unless you wanna look at replication tools such as double take which will replicate at a bit level
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