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Windows Server Clustering or Mirroring or Site2Site VPN

Posted on 2011-02-13
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Greetings All;

I need a solution, i have two sites is different parts of the world which i need the file / Web Dev Server to be completely mirrored in another part of the world.

File sync software can sync the files on the server. Clustering creates two identical machines.

But what i really want is to mirror the whole server and have both systems in use and running at each of their sites.

thanks in advance

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For file share and webdav all you really need is file syncronization. If the application is running concurrently at each site and has its own set of files there shouldn't be any issues. Look at DFS for a microsoft syncing solution, otherwise there are a few third party solutions out there.
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Thanks I'll look into that
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