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Disaster Recovery in Exchange 2010 - 23.Jul.2009 12:24:29 PM   


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I'm curious to know who has been using SCC/LCR for Disaster Recovery in Exchange. Finding out that it has been deprecated and therefore no longer required.

The new features that I found this to be really cool are;

Database protection and automatic recovery by replicating Exchange data to any mailbox server within the DAG. Each mailbox can have up to 16 copies, and the log-shipping technologies support encryption and compression out of the box.

Generally as a rule of thumb sys admins used to wait until first service pack release to switch to a new version however in this case I would say an immediate upgrade will have great benefits.


Nicholas O'Neil [nick@logicworks.net]
Enterprise Solutions Manager, www.logicworks.net
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