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Default Replication - Auto Identity Range

In merge replication, with auto Identity range, how do I find which subscriber gets what range of Identity values. Has anyone tried that and succeeded? If so please let me know where I could find that, I tried it on both Publisher and Subscriber. There is a table from which I can't make out which range of identity value is alloted for it.

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hi, you can easily find out the identity range for the subscriber.Follow the steps:
1) Right click on the Publication and select properties.
2) Go to the Articles tab (on the left side).
3) select the table and selct the tab on right side "Set the properites of the Table"
4) see the properties
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