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What is replication

What is the windows replication ? how can i apply these application on server 2003

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Re: what is replication

Replication is just having a copy of your data. Replication is a constant or daily activity...not once a month. It allows you to have a backup plan should your primary plan fail. I am sure there is more technical explanations, but that is basically it. What r u trying 2 do?

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I have a server running sql application. I need to create a backup system that replicates the current server to another server so that if my current server crashes; I can start the other one to provide...

This is a complex and diverse question due to the numerous scenarios.

A common setup: Dual servers setup on a fail over cluster. You basically make two servers seem as one with a virtual IP and name. Hardware breakdown is 2 servers with 5 drives each minimum. The first 2 drives the OS at RAID 1 (mirrored). The other 3 drives are the database at RAID 5 (striped). You now have hardware redundancy all the way around. When 1 drives fails, you simply replace the drive. The database is replicated and is fail safe. When a complete server fails or needs maintenance you just roll over the server / database to the other node via cluster administration.

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Hi , We are having 2 windows servers with identical configuration, and also we are using the windows 2003 with vendor application, We installed 8 GB of RAM in both server , But I could only 4 GB amount...


To reply your query in short. If you have any of the following versions of server it would support the maximum RAM upto 4 GB.

Windows Server 2003 R2 Standard Edition
Windows Server 2003, Standard Edition SP1
Windows Server 2003, Standard Edition SP2
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Windows Small Business Server 2003

If you are using : Windows Server 2003, Web Edition
It will support only 2 GB of RAM

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VMWare Clustering with Veeam or just replication

There are several advantages of clustering, as you stated, ease of server environment replication is one of these advantages. There are several others, instant fail-over replacement, swaping from one machine to the other for hardware / software maintentance / upgrades with little to no downtime during the proceedures, shared access to similar content / configurations, there are many many reasons to cluster.

you may also look into ESXi:

VMware ESXi is the easiest way to get started withvirtualization—and it’s free. Consolidate your applications onto fewerservers and start saving money through reduced hardware, power, coolingand administration costs. VMware ESXi has been optimized and tested torun even your most resource intensive applications and databases withminimal performance overhead. With VMware ESXi you can:
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Trial cd key for windows 2003 server


Oct 01, 2009 | Microsoft Windows Server Standard 2003 for...

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Step by step installing of windows server 2003 & its application features.

Windows Server 2003 installation is very much like the standard Windows installation, except you will be prompted with services options.

Depends on what you need - view guides here.

Dec 07, 2008 | Microsoft Windows Server Standard 2003 for...

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Active directory

An application directory partition is represented by a domainDNS object with an instanceType attribute value of DS_INSTANCETYPE_IS_NC_HEAD combined with DS_INSTANCETYPE_NC_IS_WRITEABLE. This domainDNS object represents the application directory partition root (NC head), and is named similar to a regular domain partition, for example, "DC=dynamicdata,DC=fabrikam,DC=com", which corresponds to a DNS name of "". An application directory partition can, therefore, be instantiated anywhere a domain partition can be instantiated. There is no NetBIOS name associated with an application directory partition.

It is possible to nest application directory partitions, that is, an application directory partition can have child application directory partitions. Searches with subtree scope rooted at an application directory partition head will generate continuation references to the child application directory partitions.

An application directory partition replica can only be created on a domain controller that is running on Windows Server 2003 and later and only while the Domain-Naming FSMO role is held by a Windows Server 2003 and later domain controller. In a mixed forest that has both Windows Server 2003 domain controllers and down-level domain controllers (Windows 2000 domain controllers or Windows NT 4.0 primary domain controllers), an attempt to create an application directory partition replica on a down-level domain controller will fail.

An application directory partition also has a corresponding crossRef object in the Partitions container of the configuration partition. The crossRef can be pre-created manually before creating the domainDNS object. The pre-created crossRef object must have the attribute values shown in the following table or the partition creation will fail. If the crossRef object does not exist, the Active Directory server will create one when the application directory partition is created.

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What is global catlog & how it works

The first domain contoller in a network is a global catlog server
global catlog do the replication in the forest and it require to create any object in the forest if global catlog is not availiable we cannot create any object

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please define users & give him restrictions as well as rights,
make them as an standard user (dont define them as an administrators) if u have some applications which have to be use by terminal users then give them only that much of applications..

dont allow them to use anyother applications..

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Replication problem


You are not given a full information in your question, maximum replication problems comes with DNS and Group Policies. If you have any previous System state Backups, restore in both the servers. i think it will resolve your problem. Next time any problem comes give full specifications.


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