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DAG Failover - Event IDs?

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I have a DAG with 3 members, 1 being quorum, the other two actual MBX servers.  My problem is the site w/out the quorum server keeps failing over to the site where the quorum server exists.  I need to know precisely when this is happening so I can find out what's causing it.  What event IDs should I look for when the failover occurs, and on what server would they appear?
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look in event viewer under
applications and services logs - microsoft - exchange - high availability - operational
filter the log on warnings, errors, and critical events
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Great, that's what I needed!
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