One of the great changes to Exchange 2010 SP1 was that a DAG static IP address can be set using the EMC. Prior to this in RTM the EMS had to be used to set a static IP. An example of this would be:
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In the SP1 EMC to revert the DAG to using DHCP, simply remove all the IP Addresses that were assigned.
But how can you revert a DAG back to using DHCP in EMS you may ask?
Set-DatabaseAvailabilityGroup -Identity TailspinDAG1 -DatabaseAvailabilityGroupIpAddresses 0.0.0.0
Full documentation for Set-DatabaseAvailabilityGroup is here:
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