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What failover options are available for Exchange 2007?

Posted on 2008-09-29
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We would like to have a secondary Exchange 2007 server running at a second site for failover. What options are available in Exchange 07 to enable this? If possible, I would like the secondary server to be Active or be able to quickly change it from Passive to Active.
Question by:brainsurf1
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ach_patil earned 1500 total points
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Excahnge 2007 has multiple options for High Availability.

For your requirements, you will need to look into CCR and SCR.

CCR info

SCR is available only with Exchange 2007 SP1. Refer to the link below

Let me know if you need further details.

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