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Witness Server Boot Time, GetDagNetworkConfig and the pain of Exchange 2010 DR Tests

  So we recently had a client who wanted to perform a DR test of their Exchange 2010 DAG.  The DAG consisted of a single, all in one server in production, and a single all in one server in DR.  … Continue reading

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Exchange 2010 Database’s Fail to Replicate or Seed

  Recently had a colleague that ran into an issue with an Exchange 2010 migration.  He could fail over the mailbox databases with no issue to DR, but that’s where the trouble started. The production database would start to report … Continue reading

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How to Manage a Datacenter Failure or Disaster Recovery Scenario in Exchange 2010 – Part 3

In Part 3 of this series, we are going to discuss how to failback to your primary site, after whatever condition that caused it to go offline in the first place occurred. So when we last left off, we have … Continue reading

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How to Manage a Datacenter Failure or Disaster Recovery Scenario in Exchange 2010 – Part 2

  In the first article of this series, we went over some of the premises of Exchange 2010, Database Availability Groups or DAG’s, and Database Activation Coordinator.  We discussed our test environment, as well as how, in theory, an Exchange … Continue reading

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How to Manage a Datacenter Failure or Disaster Recovery Scenario in Exchange 2010 – Part 1

  Exchange 2010 introduced several high availability and disaster recovery features, the one that receives the most publicity is the Database Availability Group (or DAG for short) feature.  In short a DAG allows replication of a mailbox, to other servers … Continue reading

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