The step by step process for how to remove an Exchange 2013 Mailbox server from a Database Availability Group.
An Exchange database may failover when the Exchange replication service is unable to access a transaction log file that is in use by another process.
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 […]
Version 1.2 of the Test-ExchangeServerHealth.ps1 script is available, which includes a number of bug fixes as well as adding the DAG health check.
The Get-DAGHealth.ps1 PowerShell script has been updated to version 1.1 with bug fixes and Exchange 2013 compatibility.
An Exchange Server 2013 Database Availability Group may display misconfigured subnets in the DAG network configuration.
How to perform a manual database switchover in an Exchange Server 2013 database availability group.
This PowerShell script for Exchange Server produces a health report of your Database Availability Groups.
In this series of articles we will walk through an overview of Database Availability Group concepts, demonstrate how to deploy a new Database Availability Group, and explore some of the operational tasks associated with running and maintaining a DAG.
How to choose the optimal source server for an Exchange Server 2010 mailbox database reseed operation.