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WNLB: a good practice? - 23.Mar.2011 11:14:33 AM   
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Hi,

In the article Uncovering the new RPC Client Access Service in Exchange 2010 (Part 3) from Henrik Walther, there's the following mention:

Since WNLB is not something Exchange administrators or consultants deal with on a daily basis, it can be difficult to decide which mode to choose when time comes to load balancing the RPC traffic to the RPC Client Access service on the CAS servers in the Exchange 2010 infrastructure.

Is that because WLNB is rarely used as a solution and most people go with hardware-based load balancing? We don't own a hardware load-balancer, and for us a software load-balancing solution like WLNB would cost us nothing. But I'm wondering if it's a good practice.

Thank you.
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RE: WNLB: a good practice? - 29.Mar.2011 10:02:14 AM   
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Having no response here, I posted the same question on a Microsoft forum. I gota good an answer, which you can read here:
http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/exchange2010/thread/eef95420-6102-41ea-98bf-c2d97748314a

Thank you.

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