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There is a new blog post by Claus Joergensen, a Principal Program Manager in the File Server team, that covers the SMB Transparent Failover feature in Windows Server 2012 and SMB 3.0. Claus covers all the details about making file shares continuously available, including step-by-step instructions using both PowerShell and GUI tools.
Here’s an outline of the topics he covered:
You can find this new post in Claus’ blog at http://blogs.technet.com/b/clausjor/archive/2012/06/07/smb-transparent-failover-making-file-shares-continuously-available.aspx
Also, if you’re attending TechEd North America, you should catch Claus’ deep dive on SMB Transparent failover titled “WSV410 - Continuously Available File Server: Under the Hood”. This session will be on Thursday, June 14 at 10:15 AM in room N320C . See the details at http://northamerica.msteched.com/topic/details/2012/WSV410