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Sync/ Replicate Two Windows 2012 Servers on Same Domain

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Hello Experts,

We have two Dell Server running Ms Windows 2012 on the same domain.

One of the server is being used as a main data server. The second server is there as a backup hence the need to make the two servers sync/ replicate themselves automatically (live).

I understand Windows Server 2012 has a way to sync all the folders and files from the main server to the backup server on an 30 minutes or 60 minutes interval.

Please assist how would I go about making this settings work.

Thank you.
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Thank you SvenIA,

Let me work on this...I will give feedback soon.
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