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Topic # 222983 6-Sep-2017 17:24
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I am seeking someone to help me set up a server for backup and replication. I already run the server myself and have just moved all the hyperv machines to a new server and they are running well,. I want to take my old server off site and use it as a replication/backup option. Havent done this before so will need talking through the setup. Will obviously pay for your time.



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  Reply # 1859951 6-Sep-2017 20:40
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While we could help you remotely, you'll likely want to work with someone local so you can have the odd face to face chat.


Did you try out the company recommended to you in a previous thread?



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  Reply # 1860133 7-Sep-2017 09:05
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If this is in Hamilton, I can recommend Elite Business Systems or IT Partners

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