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Exchange DAG Database Copies bandwidth throttle

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Is there a way to bandwidth throttle the Exchange Database copies across a WAN from within Exchange 2010? or is it possible to schedule when the database copies occur? I have found in testing our bandwidth gets max out when a high amount of logs are being created.
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you cannot schedule it but for bandwidth throttling you can do it on any traffic shaper log shipping happens on port 64327 by default
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Thanks for the response. I didn't think Exchange had a throttle but it is good to know you can go the port with a traffic shapper to throttle bandwidth. I notice when doing a large mailbox move the copy took all the bandwidth across the WAN.
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