How long does SCCM Site to Site Replication Take

How long does SCCM/ConfigMgr site to site replication take?

“How long does SCCM site to site replication take?” A good question because, simply, it doesn’t have one answer. Depending on the type of replication, it could have as many as three or more solutions. Replications can be distinguished with a priority of High, Medium, or Low. Replication will continue to scan until one of the three conditions is met: 1. No more files exist   2. Elapsed time is longer than two polling intervals (polling interval is 5 minutes)   3. There has been no activity for 5 seconds

The Orginal post is from James Avery http://blogs.catapultsystems.com/javery/archive/2010/08/18/how-long-does-sccmconfigmgr-site-to-site-replication-take.aspx

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