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Upgrading to 2013 on Hyper-v cluster - 26.Dec.2014 8:18:25 PM   
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I am the Exchange Admin at a K-12 school district and plan on upgrading Exchange 2007 to 2013. Currently I have 2 servers (CAS and Mailbox) running on a stand alone Hyper-V host (2008 R2). There are 6 other servers running on the same host. We have about 900 users. Performance has been fine. Last summer we set up a Windows Server 2012 R2 Hyper-V HA Cluster (boot to SAN). We have 8 servers running on this cluster since then and the system has been stable. I plan on setting up 2 more servers on this HA cluster for the new Exchange 2013 upgrade. I do not have any money in our budget for new hardware. In fact, If I attempted to ask for any money, "they" will say we should drop Exchange and migrate to Google. Any advice/recommendations on installing Exchange on a Hyper-V HA cluster? Thanks.
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RE: Upgrading to 2013 on Hyper-v cluster - 31.Jul.2016 5:27:40 AM   
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