Bad Situation-Good Results: OpsMgr 2007 High Availability and Disaster Recovery

Bad Situation-Good Results: OpsMgr 2007 High Availability and Disaster Recovery

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Watch the attached video on how to cluster a Root Management Server and promote a Management Server to take the role of a Root Management ServerHigh Avaliability and Disaster Recovery.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Starr and Myself did a talk at MMS 2008 in Las Vegas on how to build a resilient Operations Manager 2007 infrastructure. In this talk we demonstrated how to move the Operations Database, promote a management server to take the role of the Root Management Server (RMS) and detailed steps on how to cluster the Root Management Server on a 2 node Active-Passive cluster. The attached video is a recording of the session we did at MMS 2008 and I think the demo’s shown will be very valuable for anyone who is trying out MS promotion or trying to cluster the Root Management Server. The demo’s also show how to configure Management Server failover using Active Directory integration.

The video is now avaliable on MSN videos. Enjoy.

http://video.msn.com/video.aspx?vid=57accfa8-efd4-466f-acd6-9cbbad47ebdd

 

 

Enjoy the video

 

Satya Vel | Program Manager | System Center |

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  • The download link has reached it max and is not available for download.

    Can you please repost the link again?

    Thanks

    phr00z0

  • The download link is not working.Could you please resend it.

    Thx,

    Manoj Mathew

  • Getting this error while trying to download the VIDEO.

    http://download.yousendit.com/0409F98568765C22

    The download link has reached it max and is not available for download.

    Please correct this as soon as possible.

    Ren

  • Hi all,

    Thanks for letting us know about the video; I'll see what we can do to get it moved. Stay tuned.

    Cheers,

    Jonobie

  • As a workaround - temporarily you can probably run the video from this location (this will have a 100 downloads limit however)

    https://www.yousendit.com/transfer.php?action=download&ufid=486B74A351EF983D

  • This was limited to 16 downloads (at the file size of 60MB).

    Please bear with us while we find a better site for hosting this DR/HA video ... thanks

    Starr