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Hello All,

Here is a scenario...

Server 1 (on Site A)
Server 2 (on Site B)
Server 3 (on Site B)

I currently have Server 1 replicating to Server 2.  Server 2 then makes use of extended replication to Server 3.

However, I now need to take Server 2 out of the equation completely, thereby effectively making Server 1 replicate to Server 3.

Any hints at how best to achieve this without the need to have everything replicate from scratch?

Thanks  :)
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You can set up replication from Server 1 to Server 3 and use the existing VHDX files as seeds so that things continue on from that point.
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