What would you like to know about Exchange Server 2013 high availability?
An overview of Datacenter Activation Coordination Mode and how it prevents split brain conditions in Exchange Server database availability groups.
Are lagged database copies in Exchange Server 2013 a useful feature or a waste of time and storage?
How to configure lagged database copies for Exchange Server 2013 DAGs, and use lagged copies for database recovery scenarios.
I’m on the RunAs Radio podcast discussing Exchange Server 2013 migration and high availability.
A demonstration of the underlying configuration for Exchange Server 2013 Autoreseed, and the Autoreseed workflow to recover from a disk failure.
What does DatabaseCopyActivationDisabledAndMoveNow do in Exchange Server 2013, and why do we use it during maintenance?
Ever wondered why your Exchange Server databases didn’t failover in order of activation preference?
How to configure high availability for the Exchange Server 2013 Client Access server role.
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 […]