You could just set up a scheduled task on the Windows server that checks for 
changes and does a pull (in a batch script).

Personally, I've developed a taste for using my company's 
CI-system (continuous integration)  for this kind of work. Think of it as a 
neat place to run scheduled tasks. More concretely, I've used 
http://jenkins-ci.org/ for this. It's really easy to set up, and works well.

So install Jenkins to run on the Windows server. Set up a Job (that means 
scheduled task) to run every minute and poll for changes in the red hat 
server repo. If changes are found, push them into the destination 

The advantage is that you get a GUI with a history of when changes were 
pulled, and the possibility of sending mail notifications in case something 
goes wrong.

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