Exchange Server 2013 can be installed on either Windows Server 2008 R2 or Windows Server 2012. Some organizations may decide to install on Windows Server 2008 R2 because that is their standard server build and to remain consistent with the rest of their server fleet. However, doing that will mean they miss out on the […]
How to move the File Share Witness for an Exchange Server 2007 CCR cluster running on Windows Server 2008 to another server.
How to move the storage group and mailbox database folder paths in an Exchange Server 2007 CCR cluster.
When an Exchange Server 2010 Mailbox server that is a member of a Database Availability Group has failed, part of the recovery process is to remove it from DAG membership. In some scenarios this process may result in an error.
In this video I demonstrate the end user experience during different failure scenarios in a highly available Exchange Server 2010 environment.
Read my five part series covering the fundamentals of Exchange Server 2007 high availability. Learn how to configure and operate replication (LCR, SCR) and clustering modes (SCC, CCR) for Exchange Server 2007.
From Tales of a System Administrator come these recommendations for Exchange 2007 CCR deployments: Having had Cluster Continuous Replication in place now for about a year, I’ve derived some of my own best practice recommendations that might not be found within the official Microsoft documentation. Although these recommendations are based on a very solid […]
Scott Schnoll of the Microsoft Exchange Team has released a five part video series on the new Standby Continuous Replication (SCR) feature of Exchange Server 2007 SP1. The videos are available for viewing or download here. Read more about SCR on Technet. Paul Cunningham Paul is a Microsoft MVP for Office Servers and Services. He […]