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Remotely Sync

Discussion in 'Networking' started by nilex, Jul 15, 2007.

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  1. nilex

    nilex Thread Starter

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    Does any one have any idea as remote synchronizing data. If so please suggest how to do it? or software is to used. Both end have windows 2003 Server.

    thanks in advance
     
  2. Skydawg

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    You mean something like syncing "My Documents" with the server? Or...what kind of data do you want to synch, you gave a vague question there. :confused:
     
  3. nilex

    nilex Thread Starter

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    Not only My Document but also other documnet in computer's folder. Specially working datas
     
  4. jmwills

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    Are you talking about two remote locations? If so, VPN would be your initial connection to allow this to happen.
     
  5. StumpedTechy

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    Usually once computers have a connection I tend to use SyncBack as the method for making 2 directories contain the same information. It is very customizeable and I also tend to use it so that peoples important data on their computers are also backed up onto the server. Works even with laptop users.
     
  6. JohnWill

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    For synchronizing folders and even whole data drives, Beyond Compare. I use this to sync my web pages, it offers FTP capability to remote sites.
     
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