You can actually schedule the content replication using the console. When you right click on the Preferred Server in the Content Replication window.
If you want to have a script that does it, then we would recommend that you use something like a batch file or powershell script that uses Robocopy.
Unfortunately, we are not able to deliver you such a script as we already have an integrated feature for it.
I know though that you can ask for Professional Services if you want them to implement it for you.
In others words : in content replication / pending tasks, when you right clic on a task, you can launch it manually.
-> What exactly is the executed command ? (vulscan.exe /..........)
Open task manager on the machine that will perform the replication. In the processes tab add a colum. that show command line (this may be via View or by right-clicking the columns depending on OS version).
Now from the core manually initiate the replication.
If there is a command line that you can use then you should be able to see it in task manager. I can't get access to check any of this out right now but this might do the trick. Hopefully it is a single command.
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Great help !! Thanks to that, I saw that the switch /sources exist
So i have modified the script to :
REMEXEC1=<qt/>%LDMS_CLIENT_DIR%\Vulscan.exe<qt/> /replicate /replicationbehavior=default /sources="24" /taskid=%TASKID%, STATUS