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revised How to replicate files between two separate apache machines in bidirectional
Adding the _why_?
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comment How to replicate files between two separate apache machines in bidirectional
Sorry, I had a bit of a cold sweat there... Ideally, you could get people to stop logging into servers and use a code management process. (It doesn't have to be git; any source control is better than none.) Setting the expectation that servers can go away or be redeployed at any time might be beneficial.
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answered How to replicate files between two separate apache machines in bidirectional
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revised How convince Security auditors to change frequent password change policy?
clarifying language, and pointing out that you need to Listen.