If Windows User Account Control (UAC) is enabled on the Central Administration server or any of the web front-end servers in your farm, then you may need to perform additional tasks to configure each Web front-end for replication. This section describes the situations that may require additional configuration after you click the OK button on the Configure Web Application page.
If you are configuring Replicator in a single-server farm, then there are no additional tasks you must perform. When you click OK, Replicator will automatically configure your farm to enable replication for this web application.
If you are configuring Replicator in a multiple-server farm, then see Configuring Metalogix Replicator in UAC-enabled Environment for further instructions.
These parameters are used when Inbound Packages are remapped to a different domain. When Remap Domain is selected, the original domain name associated with Inbound Packages is replaced with the name specified in the Remap domain names in the Inbound Packages to: field.
If user information in the Inbound packages cannot be found, use the Enabling remapping to Site Owner option to use the site owner information instead of the system account information.
If you are replicating content to this web application from a different Active Directory domain and want to have Replicator automatically remap content to the current domain, then select Yes under Enable domain remapping and specify the domain you want to use in the Remap domain names in inbound Packages to field.
By default, Replicator tries to maintain the user accounts associated with replicated content. However, if the incoming user account cannot be found on the server, user accounts will be set to one of the following accounts: Site Collection Owner or System Account, you can select which of the two you prefer. If Site Collection Owner is selected, the user IDs that cannot be resolved are remapped to the site owner instead of the system account.