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Standby Continuous Replication in Exchange Server 2007 Service Pack 1

Standby Continuous Replication in Exchange Server 2007 Service Pack 1

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What’s so great about Standby Continuous Replication? SCR, new in Service Pack 1, means that high availability and site resilience are no longer mutually exclusive—you can achieve both. Scott Schnoll shows how SCR can help you improve uptime, limit data loss, and simplify e-mail maintenance and retention.

Want to learn more? You’ll definitely want to check out the five-part Video Series: Exchange 2007 SP1 Standby Continuous Replication from the Microsoft Exchange Team.

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  • We're just about to implement SCR to a new DR centre.

    We've seen lots about iimplementation and how to fail over but I want to see some guidelines/best practices on "How To Conduct an SCR DR Test". The techies here feel that a fail-over / test / fail-back to production is just too risky to do and as we all know, an untested DR procedure is less than ideal.

  • please give the steps in how to implement SCR in exchange server 2007

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