Is there any way to replicate SYSVOL immediately?

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imprise posted this 16 November 2015

I am using Windows Server 2012 R2 as my Domain Controllers and have four AD sites. Is there any way to replicate SYSVOL immediately, between the sites? If i force replicating DCs from Active Directory Sites and Services console, does it also include SYSVOL replication?
Thanks 
REZA ALIKHANI
MCC, MTCNA, Security+, MCSA, MCTS, MCP, www.iransec.ir

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Anthony.Vandenbossche posted this 16 November 2015

Hi, as Dfs-r should be the

replication method used (Frs is deprecated, check with dfsrmig /getblobalstate), changes to the sysvol should be virtually

instantaneously, depending on latency between sites and staging area status. I do think “pushing” replication through sites and services should work as well, but as stated previously, dfsr should do the trick.

 

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ZJORZ posted this 16 November 2015

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UCDWraith posted this 16 November 2015

Hi Reza,
Have a look at change notification, if your network links have sufficient capacity you can selectively enable this on desired links to mimic local (in-site) replication across sites:
http://blogs.msdn.com/b/canberrapfe/archive/2012/03/26/active-directory-replication-change-notification-amp-you.aspx
Regards,
Paul Shortt


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Mahdi posted this 17 November 2015

Reza,

Replication between domain controllers in a site is quite real time, and with a change, replication will automatically initiated. Although, replication between sites is based on the site's replication schedule, you still can enable this feature between your sites but keep in mind that this will add a network bandwidth overhead.

This link below is my Technet article about your request in Persian language. Hope it helps.

‎http://social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/contents/articles/29598.change-notification/rss.aspx

 

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