Export Server

Export Server is a Microsoft Windows server that exports directories and files to other computers using the Directory Replicator Service.

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What is Export Server?

A Microsoft Windows NT or Windows 2000 server that exports directories and files to other computers using the Directory Replicator Service in Windows NT and Windows 2000.

The export server contains the master copy of the directory tree that is being copied to the import servers by the Directory Replicator Service.

In Windows NT, configure your export server using the Replication button on Server Manager, which is accessed either from the Server icon in Control Panel or from the Start menu’s list of administrative tools. You must specify the following:

  • The particular directory tree to be exported. The default tree is

    %SystemRoot%\System32\Repl\Export

  • The domains or computer names to which you want to export the tree
  • Selected subdirectories that you do not want to replicate by applying locks to them (optional)

In Windows 2000, the directory replication functionality is integrated into Active Directory.

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In Windows NT, if you add any domain or computer names to the To list box for directory replication, you are no longer automatically replicating to the local domain and must specify the name of the local domain (if desired).