is there a way to replicate DPM stored data from one DPM server to another over a WAN (hotsite)?

we have two Dell DP500 NAS servers running x64 Windows Storage Server 2003 R2 and DPM 2007 on each.  one is located at my main office while the other is at our hotsite.  we are protecting our Exchange 2007 and SharePoint 2007 servers/data using DPM at our main office.  Does anyone know if there is a way to get the protected DPM data from my main office DPM NAS to my hotsite DPM NAS without going to tape?  we have a 4.5Mb WAN connection between our main office and the hotsite and are currently using DFS to replicate some Double-Take protected resources.
thanks for your help
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This is built-in functionality for DPM. You need to add the second server as a "secondary DPM server". See

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SnafflesAuthor Commented:
thanks, I guess I just needed to search MS in a different way
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