Exchange Server 2013 introduces a new feature called Managed Availability, which is a built-in monitoring system with self-recovery capabilities.
If you’re not familiar with Managed Availability, it’s a good idea to read these posts:
As described in the above posts, Managed Availability performs continuous probing to detect possible problems with Exchange components or their dependencies, and it performs recovery actions to make sure the end user experience is not impacted due to a problem with any of these components.
However, there may be scenarios where the out-of-box settings may not be suitable for your environment. This blog post guides you on how to examine the default settings and modify them to suit your environment.
Read the complete blog at http://blogs.technet.com/b/exchange/archive/2013/08/13/customizing-managed-availability.aspx
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