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Exchange 2010 DAG Activation

Posted on 2011-09-07
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Two Exchange 2010 Servers - Exch1 and Exch2 - Setup in a DAG
Exch1 had the database and Exch2 had the Database Copy
I had difficulties copy that database - research and I had to copy a folder from the original to Exch2  - it worked
Now the DAG is completed but I noticed something I haven't seen before
In the Database tab - shows both servers with the same database but on Exch1 has an Activation of 1 while Exch2 has no activation - Do I have to activate and give it activation number 2?
I only mioved two mailboxes from the Exchange 2003 server and both Outlooks went to Exch2 instead of Exch 1 - Is that a problem
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Question by:leoedwards
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Could you paste your get-databasecopystatus on both servers & get-database powershell output, edit for privacy if needed,
And annotate the databases that are mentioned above
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