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?
| thanks again,