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Windows Server Sync together

Dear all,

I have a window 2008 server for my website. I want to create anther server just like it but can;t find the same hardware. I had to make onther server with newer hardware. Now what I need to do is sync my Inetpub folder on both servers so that all info is on both server live. I need to do this for load balancing. Any ideas on how to go about this. thanks
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Scott Gorcester

8/22/2022 - Mon
Scott Gorcester

You might wish to use MS Network Load Balancing, have a look at this


Thank you and very inserting my issue is that I deal a lot with documents and I they are constantly uploaded to the servers. I need to be able to copy them immediately to each server is there a sync software that will keep both servers up to date live? Thank
Scott Gorcester

yes you can use Robocopy for serves and synctoy for Win7
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Interesting. Have you heard of live mesh. Do you think this will work.
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Nice thanks for the info. I am trying now would you know if it is live sync or is there a delay.
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Scott Gorcester

there will be a delay based on your bandwidth and the amount of data.