Replication     Last updated on 2015/2559 7 1, a full moon day;

The usage - Replication has been deployed especially in Microsoft Windows platform's domain controllers [BDC, Backup Domain Controller; PDC, Primary Domain Controller; ... ] to do backup, to do files/directories copy, to do testing of file system integrity, and etc. Also see: ADSI replication;

Assume that Replication.bat file is executed manually at command line prompt c:\Replication.bat <enter>

乁:NT_DIR_REPL   ;

xcopy   \\BDC_number\repl$\..\   \\PDC\admin$\..\;

乁:NT_DC_NETLOGON_REPL;

xcopy   \\BDC_number\repl$\..\   \\PDC\admin$\..\;

...

乁:xcopy   \\BDC_number\repl$\..\   \\PDC\admin$\..\;

echo   NTFS directory replication is successfully done manually.   ;Rem: @echo off

Note: above reverse loop backward %SHARE% shows that intersection of %shared_$% must be synchronized among domain controllers;

If \\BDC_number\repl$\..\   \\BDC_number\admin$\..\   and then consider as redundant for several testing ... ;

Also see: Network Design Principles; SBR; Synchronization;

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Active directories are stamped by 64 bit USN, for further info also read msdn2.microsoft.com/ms677626.aspx; By stamping USN, unique identification of replication possible; Also see: Directory Synchronization;

IFF Sensor, replicates interfaces;

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