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Inside Sites and services.NTDS Setting Properties what are the 3 transport options

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Hi,

Inside Sites and services.NTDS Setting Properties what are the 3 transport options.

What are the 3 and how should i decide on what to select.
Can i know a detailed view on these.

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Sharath
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For replication in the same site use RPC

For replication across sites you can use RPC or SMPT, SMTP is best used where these in no direct physical connection but there is mail-based connectivity.

for more info see http://technet.microsoft.com/en-gb/library/bb742427.aspx
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Active directory sites and services > Sitename > Domain Controller > NTDS settings >Name > Properties > Transport (Inside this i have these 3 options.)
I want to know ahat are these 3 and what should i use for a Primary and child Domain which is the network structure

IP
RPC
SMTP
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