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In the last lesson, you set up the remote database to synchronize once per hour. This lesson shows you how to use a server-initiated remote task (SIRT) to force a synchronization before the hour is up. This technique is useful whenever you want to centrally control when a certain task executes.
From the Folders view under Central Admin Tutorial » Remote Tasks » Deployed Tasks » , right-click Sync every hour and choose Initiate.
On the Initiate Remote Task dialog select All Agents and click OK.
All recipients of the task are instructed to execute the task immediately, the next time they poll the server. The frequency with which Agents poll the server is controlled by the Administration Polling Interval property of the Agent.
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