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take Exchange 2007 CCR offline gracefully using EMC?

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I've never actually had to do this.
Using EMC, can you take an Exchange 2007 CCR offline gracefully?
I have to shutdown and physically move the servers.
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craig_j_Lawrence earned 500 total points
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Not sure if it can be done from the EMC (I dont think it can!) but you can run a stop-clusteredmailboxserver command in the EMS as per the following article. http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa997179(EXCHG.80).aspx

Hope this helps
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by:dhruvarajp
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yaa, there really is no option form EMC however you can you it from EMS
using the command in the above technet link

there are a lot of things that you can not do from Console but from SHELL
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by:luchianoduckman
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I was able to get this done using the "manage mailbox server" wizard in the gui.  You can take the mailbox store offline and then shut down the servers.  I think I like the EMC route better though.
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