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  • Server REPLICATE/CLONING for Backup

    hi all , BIG question for you ppl ,

    like DHCP or WINS services, that do replicate themself to another DHCP or WINS service and can backujp each other ,

    i want to creat (somehow) a running clone server of my comp, that will repliacte itself realtime for all going on the actual server, and in case he fell down , he can replace him (automaticly or manually).

    is that possible to run on the network a primary and secondary server,
    iz it possible that the secondery will replicate as it master ,
    lemme say that the master server is DC and Exchange server....

    is it possible to keep a working backup of my server real time ?

    if so, how the hell can i do it , and of course, do u recommend it ?

    10x...

  • #2
    You may be looking at a third party app called "NeverFail".

    http://www.neverfailgroup.com/

    I have seen it in operation and it works fine.

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    • #3
      what is the neverfail ?

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      • #4
        Originally posted by sasan
        what is the neverfail ?
        www.ut'
        Did you visit the link above ?
        I don't think so. read it then ask.
        Good Luck

        Shai

        MCSE 2003+Security;MCSE 2003+Messaging
        HP ASE;HP AIS;HP APS

        So, from me to all of you out there, wherever you are, remember:
        the light at the end of the tunnel may be you. Good Day!

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        • #5
          Originally posted by sasan
          what is the neverfail ?
          I would say read the webpage i posted but i'm a nice guy.

          Disaster recovery software and data protection solutions with automatic server failover software from The Neverfail Group, a leading global software company providing a high availability solution for Microsoft Exchange, SharePoint, SQL Server, File Server and IIS.
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