troubleshooting Question

SQL Trigger | Inserting multiple entries

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Muhammad BurhanFlag for Pakistan asked on
Microsoft SQL Server
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We have two Databases, Source -> 'HR_TimeOffice' and Dest -> 'HR'.
we have to create a trigger which just replicate new entries automatically from sources DB's table to destination DB's table.

Begin
INSERT INTO [HR].[dbo].[EmpAttendance] 
			(empcode,reflectingdate,datetime,inout,ismanual,entryno)
SELECT     RIGHT(REPLICATE(0,5)+[HR_TimeOffice].DBO.EmpAttendance.EmpCode ,5) EMPLOYEENO,
           CONVERT(CHAR(8), i.DateTime, 112),i.DateTime,
           case when (i.InOut='I') then 'IN' else 'OUT' End,'0',null
           FROM inserted i
           	 INNER JOIN [HR_TimeOffice].dbo.EmpAttendance ON
	     EmpAttendance.EmpCode  = i.EmpCode
		 END

the trigger did its job as it should, but it insert multiple entries with same data in destination table; *review attachments.
Also please advice if we want to replicate those entries in the database which is hosted by another server 'Server2' with same DB name 'HR' and same tables. Can we use 'Linked Server' feature to do this ?
both server are in the same domain as well.
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SOLUTION
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