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  • Blog Post: DPM 2010 - Protecting Exchange 2010 DAG in a Single Site

    Why should you backup an Exchange 2010 DAG implementation with DPM? What should you be thinking about before you make a final decision? What is the way out of this conundrum? ….Well, it depends. Let me walk you through a scenario. First, let us make a couple of assumptions: · That you...
  • Blog Post: Exchange 2010 Launch Tour PPTs available for FREE download!

    Harold Wong has posted his latest slide decks for Exchange 2010, presented during the Exchange 2010 Launch Tour. The links listed below were taken from Harolds blog here ; Introducing Exchange Server 2010 Exchange Server 2010 Unified Messaging Exchange Server 2010 High Availability Exchange...
  • Blog Post: Exchange 2010 Webcasts - The complete download list

    I have been asked by a few people now to consolidate a list of public webcasts regard the new functionality of Exchange 2010. Luckly the Exchange team have saved me the hard work by publishing the following great topic list on thier blog; MsEvents featured an eleven-part webcast series on Exchange...
  • Blog Post: Exchange 2010 - Launch details starting to emerge, ballpark pricing - Exchange Server Standard will support HA DAG!!!

    Thanks to Julie White for confirming some really GREAT early Exchange 2010 launch info: Exchange 2010 – Revving the Engines for Launch Two weeks ago we announced that Exchange 2010 was code complete and, as we get ready for launch, we’re seeing some amazing results from our early adopter...
  • Blog Post: DAG FSW permissions errors during creation process? - Try this

    One of the really cool new features of Exchange 2010 is the ability to provide high-availability for all 4 server roles by using just 2 actual machines . There are definitely some caveats, like the fact that you need a hardware load-balancer to distribute inbound request to the CAS and HT roles (NLB...
  • Blog Post: DAG Active Manager Deep Dive

    In Exchange 2007 and previous versions, Exchange used the cluster resource management model to install, implement and manage the Mailbox server high availability solution, so we were completely reliant on the cluster manager. Historically, building a highly available Mailbox server involved first building...