With PeerSync Server Edition installed on a Windows OS, you can synchronize files between any network shared drive including: Linux, Unix, or NetWare.
Licensing and configuration
PeerSync Server includes one remote connection license. This gives you the ability to install PeerSync on one machine A (Windows OS) and connect to one additional remote machine B (any network shared drive including Linux, Unix, or NetWare). With the purchase of one Additional Remote Connection License, files from A can be synchronized to/from/between B and C. Only one copy of PeerSync needs to be installed on the primary machine A. No software is required on B and C.
Operating modes include: on demand, scheduled, or interval. Note: Real-time updating on a remote machine is not supported.
- Can I use PeerSync with Linux, Unix, or NetWare?
- Install a new PeerGFS license
- Move Peer Management Center to another machine
- Uninstaller not working on Windows 2012 or Newer
- Upgrade Peer Global File Service (PeerGFS)
- Where can I find the installers for PeerGFS components?
- Why isn't my PeerSync license key working?