web site mirroring

web site mirroring

Post by Chris Henk » Thu, 25 Sep 2003 03:00:55

I'm looking for a way to mirror a website from a private internal server to
my dmz public web server. My idea is that I'd like to allow my web team to
publish to the internal server and then periodically have a service that
either pushes or pulls the updates to the dmz webserver. The dmz webserver
is not a part of our domain and I'd like to minimize the need for the whole
web team to publish to the dmz webserver. What have some of you done for
this? I'm using IIS6.


web site mirroring

Post by jcochran.n » Thu, 25 Sep 2003 03:39:37

On Tue, 23 Sep 2003 13:00:55 -0500, "Chris Henke"

Robocopy from the Resource Kit, file replication and scripted FTP all
work fine for this.



web site mirroring

Post by Chris Henk » Thu, 25 Sep 2003 05:29:06

Great! Thanks for the quick reply. I will give robocopy a try.


web site mirroring

Post by timco » Wed, 01 Oct 2003 16:26:20

Research Application Center 2000. It was built to push out and replicate content across multiple servers. They have a group:
microsoft.public.applicationcenter.setup would be a good place to start.

Thank you. I hope this information is helpful.

Tim Coffey [MSFT]

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| It looks like robocopy won't work if you can't get to a shared folder - is
| that correct?
| The only way I can see the server is via http/ftp (those are the only ports
| open on the firewall and the only binding to the server's network conn. is
| tcp/ip) and I'd like to avoid ftp because of it's lack of password security.
| Any good WebDav programs out there that can be automated?
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