Right now I have replication shares set up for my remote sites and they are working perfectly. What I am thinking I can do is set up a Replication Share for my local group as well so that I can offload some work from the K1000. Would I see any benefit?

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"Any time you can take a load off the K1000 it would benefit. Even if it is just file copies. If you have the hardware I would." - dugullett "Any scripts you build will have to replicate down to the share before you can use it. Thus, if you tweak or change a lot and you want to test it immediately, either don't use a rep share for your label or never close the replication window." - nheyne
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Any time you can take a load off the K1000 it would benefit. Even if it is just file copies. If you have the hardware I would.

Answered 08/05/2013 by: dugullett
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Something I am running into right now, since I am currently setting up rep shares, is that if you have a local IT group that you want a share for, make sure you open the replication window pretty wide.  Any scripts you build will have to replicate down to the share before you can use it.  Thus, if you tweak or change a lot and you want to test it immediately, either don't use a rep share for your label or never close the replication window.

Answered 08/06/2013 by: nheyne
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