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    Hi,
    I've been working on setting up many to one replication for a client using DoubleTake with Exchange and can now get it to fail any server over with a fairly manual process. It works pretty well but I would like to get it to work a bit smoother if possible. My method, although unsupported, means I have to edit the schema config container to show the new paths to the stores etc.
    Like the regedit import ability is there any way of importing changes I want into the schema so I can therefore include them in my failover batch files etc?

    I have googled around and maybe I need to use ldifde and ldf files?
    cheers
    Andy

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    Re: Import changes to schema - ADSIEdit

    We also use DT and have had no problems. What is it that you think should work "smoother".

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      Re: Import changes to schema - ADSIEdit

      "many to one" or "one to one"? DTAM works brilliantly for "one to one" but because "many to one" has to replicate the data to a separate location then it can't bring the stores up unless the locations are changed.
      I just wanted to, if possible, change the entries for the target as part of a batch that can be run through the failover control centre. HGope I explained it well enough!
      cheers
      Andy

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        Re: Import changes to schema - ADSIEdit

        OK. We use it only for "one-to-one" replication and failover. In that case, I'm sorry I can't be of more help on this.

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          Re: Import changes to schema - ADSIEdit

          No probs, DT don't and won't support it but it does work albeit quite manual so far.
          thanks
          cheers
          Andy

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