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This post is in continuation to my earlier post. Please check if you missed.
Database Replication – Part I
As committed in this post we will cover practical approach.
Creating Windows Accounts for Replication
We will create a separate Windows account on the local server for the following agents:
In my case the Publisher and Distributor share the same instance of SQL Server. The Publisher and Subscriber may share the same instance of SQL Server, but it is not a requirement. If the Publisher and Subscriber share the same instance, the steps that are used to create accounts at the Subscriber are not required.
To create local Windows accounts for replication agents at the Publisher
To create local Windows accounts for replication agents at the Subscriber
If using different computer, else this step can be skipped.
Preparing the Snapshot Folder
To create a share for the snapshot folder and assign permissions
repl_snapshot – Full Control
repl_distribution – Read
repl_merge – Read
Today we have covered initial setup required to start with SQL Database Replication.
We will continue with next step in our next post.
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