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compare the contents of two folders that are replicating by dfs

We use DFS to replicate files to a Disaster Recovery server.

We have a task where we check the DR systems are working correctly. I have been asked to write a document to confirm DFS replication is working.

Both servers are Windows 2008 64-bit.

I've used the Health Report to check backlogged files etc, but this is a little long winded and I'd ideally like a command that would compare the 2 servers and highlight which of the Replication Folders are not fully replicated.

Is there such a command?

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marked as duplicate by Chris S Jul 5 '12 at 15:49

This question was marked as an exact duplicate of an existing question.

Here's a VBScript, and here's a PowerShell script. If they don't do what you need as-is, I'm sure they'd give you a head start at least.

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