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How to get DFS replication not to delete files on the secondary?

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Hi Gurus,
I have DFS replication set up, but would like to know if there is a way where I can set it up so it replicates files to another folder without deleting them when these files are deleted on the primary.
Let say for instance:

If I put file BIMBO.txt on the primary folder (FOLDER A) and it gets replicated to the secondary folder (FOLDER B).
I want to be able to delete BIMBO.txt on (FOLDER A) after replication, and not having it being deleted on (FOLDER B)

Thanks
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No, but you can try Robocopy which should be able to do that.
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