DFSR - Win 2008- Basic question - Which is active node?

Posted on 2014-07-14
Last Modified: 2014-07-16
How do I tell which is active and which is passive node?
Question by:bertiebigb
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    Your question doesn't make sense in the context of DFSR. DFSR is about replicating files. DFSR doesn't care about how the files are accessed or from which replication targets. DFSR simply replicates the last modified version of directories and files to the other replication targets. Files can be modified on any of the replication targets unless they are set as read-only, no there is no such thing as a passive node.

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