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Do I need need some form of  2008 R2 clustering  infrastructure in place so I can create Database Availability Groups for Exchange 2010?
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No, you just need windows 2008 Enterprise and when you create the DAG /add members to it Exchange will configure the clustering for you.
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Great. Thanks for the quick reply.
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No problem, thanks for the points.
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