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Search Crawls Double-Take Replication Secondary

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 22, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint

We have a multi-site, hub and spoke replication model using Double-Take software for file share services throughout the company.  All remote sites replicate into a single server as a secondary copy.  Sites are relatively well connected within a hosted MPLS cloud (T1+).  Users do not typically access the secondary copy of the file share sets.  Each site has a dedicated share established for its respective double-take replication set on the DT Hub Server.


We would like to use SharePoint 2010 search to crawl the replicated set at the hub and apply aliases for each spoke within the search application to mask the results. 

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