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HA scenario - 1.Aug.2010 2:53:23 PM   
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It's possible to create a DAG with a physical node and a virtual (vmware) node?

The FSW node must be a windows enterprise ed.?

Thank you!

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RE: HA scenario - 2.Aug.2010 12:52:52 AM   
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Hello Mate,

you can have FSW in std ed also . You can also point the FSW to a DC, but you should add your domain controller into the "Exchange servers" group.
http://www.exchangedictionary.com/index.php/Articles/configure-dag-exchange-2010.html
Regarding the VM, you may face some protblem when you configure for cluster commmunication, you may read this - http://communities.vmware.com/thread/256134

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RE: HA scenario - 2.Aug.2010 7:15:25 AM   
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Thank you for you response!

I have another doubt referring to size provisioning, If I set the DAG with a Physcal server and a Virtural server, It is mandatory to have same disk size on both servers?

Thank you!

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