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File sharing syncing(Production to DR, DR back to Production)

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Hi guys,

Is there any tools or anything from Microsoft for this below.

I have a production and disaster recover site.

Right now I have a filesharing in production.

My manager ask me to find a way for file sharing syncing for one server from production to DR.

Then production fails, it will go to DR.

DR will be used and when production is back, We need to resync the filesharing back to proudction

Is there anything that I can use for this?

Thanks
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Question by:alfred_52
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The poor man's solution is to schedule robocopy.

robocopy d:\Share \\Backup_server\Share /copyall /mir /r:1 /w:1


Then run it the other way to copy it back.

robocopy  \\Backup_server\Share d:\Share /copyall /mir /r:1 /w:1
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