Bidirectional Replication service

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Bidirectional Replication service (BiSync) is a network service for replication of directories with the following features:

  • Replicates a local directory with a server directory
  • Replication works bidirectional
  • Replication starts automatically on system start and shut down
  • Graphical status panel

This software is used to synchronize 2 directories. The standard replication service shipped with OS/2 LAN Server replicates multiple clients on a single host unidirectionally. This program, however, works bidirectionally. This is useful, if you are working in a LAN environment on different PCs with always the same data. If you are also using the data offline (e. g. on notebooks), so they have to be locally available, this replication service is quite useful.