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Try this command rsync -ravzX --delete <source> <destination>


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I had the same situation but just synchronizing a master and slave: rsync -rpogt --delete ${origin} ${destination}


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Please refer to this issue http://stackoverflow.com/questions/26543958/apacheds-multi-master-config and associated link http://joacim.breiler.com/apacheds/ch08s02.html


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Location can be used when using an AJP or proxy redirect. For example, Oracle's PLSQL APEX module uses the following URL: /pls/apex/f?p=1:1 If you try to restrict this using directory, it will never work since it's a pass-thru and not a physical directory on the server. Location works!


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I used --parents with the cp command and worked perfeclty with me. for more details always use the manual. Thank you.


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As requested by someone, I'm posting this as an answer. Konqueror in KDE 3.5 and I just change permissions in the GUI, but I figured out that "Customerproof" setting has to be set to "no" in the ftp server config file for the permission to be set to 000 via FTP client.


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Based on all your posts above, you really need to re-phrase your question. It should say "how do I install ADUC on windows 7", or something similar. To answer your question, you need to install RSAT, then enable the feature under ADDS. Google "RSAT windows 7" then you will find it.


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First: Start the ADUC, find your domain tree and browse to the topmost level that you with to apply user permissions At the users or Group dialog clock the "Add" button... You will be prompted to add a user or group At the Select User.... dialog type the name of the object or clock "Advanced".. like you wish.. Than: Delegate your task to User Objects and ...



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