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Auto copy file from linux to server 2008

Posted on 2011-03-11
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Hi

I have two local servers.  1 Windows Server 2008 and 1 centos server.

I need to set up a scheduled task to copy a file from the centos server to the windows server on a nightly basis.

Im not really sure how to automate it.  I can scp in and copy the file manually.

thanks
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For I can suggest a way.

Create a share on windows server.

Mount that share in Linux box.

Set a cron job in linux machine to copy every night on mounted file system.

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