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When would you use NLB in exchange
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NLB is network load balance..
you use this for network load balancing if the traffic on one perticular server is too much..
like you can use NLB on FRONT END SERVER !
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You would also use NLB in the instance where you want to setup two hosts to share the load of one for high availability.  We are going to setup NLB in our exchange environment on the roles that do not support clustering.  That will afford us a host to die while not losing email in our environment.

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