Windows Server 2000/2003 Thread, ViceVersa File Synchronization Software? in Technical; In addition to our backup routine we're planning to setup an additional file server (Windows 2003 R2) to replicate our ...
17th June 2009, 03:27 PM #1
ViceVersa File Synchronization Software?
In addition to our backup routine we're planning to setup an additional file server (Windows 2003 R2) to replicate our user and departmental data to. The aim is to provide a fast recovery in the event of a server failure.
I was planning to use Windows replication, but the solution from ViceVersa (ViceVersa Software: File Synchronization, File Replication, Windows Backup Software) seems to offer everything we could need at a very good price. Does anyone else use/used it?
Robocopy may also be an option. Any advice welcome!
Thanks for taking the time to read and reply.
17th June 2009, 03:43 PM #2
- Rep Power
I have not used this software but have used and configured file replication with in windows server 2003 to replicate files from one server on one school site to another server on the schooll second site. I have not had an Issue with this. Both Servers are on the same domain and operate on the same IP range. replication occours twice throughout the day usually in the morning quiet early on and then again around lunch time.
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altecsole (18th June 2009)
18th June 2009, 08:04 PM #3
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I use a programme to file synchronization, which is called File Sync. File sync and backup software is a necessary thing for everybody. That is why I use this program and haven't such problems.
22nd June 2009, 09:57 AM #4
Thanks Rose82. This seems to be more aimed at 'home user' though.
Originally Posted by Rose82
22nd June 2009, 10:02 AM #5
22nd June 2009, 10:43 AM #6
Hiyah .. I'm using Vice Versa and its great ... Apart from the usual facilities I like the option to archive files ... If the user opens for example user.doc and makes some changes, when VV backs up it will take the original file and archive it for you. So if the new file is corrupted some how you still have the old file
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