Remote Differential Compression
Remote Differential Compression (RDC) allows applications to synchronize data between two computers in an efficient manner.
An RDC application can synchronize data between any two or more computers across a network with a minimum amount of data transfer over the network.
RDC is designed for C and C++ developers. Familiarity with COM and client/server architecture is required.
RDC is included in Windows Server 2003 R2 and later. For information about which operating system versions are required to use a particular programming element, see the Requirements section of the reference page for that element.
Note End users should not disable RDC. RDC is a dynamic-link library (DLL) that does not consume any system resources, except when you run an application that uses RDC specifically. If you disable RDC, any application that uses it will either not be able to take advantage of RDC or will simply fail.
Describes Remote Differential Compression concepts and terminology.
Describes basic tasks and guidelines for implementing a Remote Differential Compression application.
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