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From Exchange 2003 clustering to 2010 DAG - 5.Nov.2010 3:02:26 AM   
Sikander_gyt

 

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Hi,
Can someone of you thorugh more light on these 3 questions.

1. As per my understanding there were Exchange 2003 Active/Passive clusters with Failover and Failback functions, well this was fine, with exchange 2007 there were still this features but one has to select at the time of installation weather its a Active Mailbox Cluster or Passive Mailbox, With exchange 2010 installation there is no such option of Active Mailbox Cluster or Passive Mailbox cluster...am i right here????

2. With exchange 2010 we have DAG, once configured we can maintain the databases on other mailbox servers.
Is this the only HA or Redundant feature available, can,t we use Active/Passive clusters with Failover or Failback anymore?????

3. If a ORG with exchange 2003 Active/Passive Cluster config wants to move to exchange 2010 then what?

After transition they have to cofigure DAG for HA??

I highly appericiate if someone clarifies on this.
Many Thanks,

< Message edited by Sikander_gyt -- 5.Nov.2010 3:04:50 AM >
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