Exchange 2010 Dag configuration Cross Site

Hi ,

I have already configured DAG for my two Sites. I have two location in site X and Site Y different locations. CAS A and CAS B are locates in Site X and CAS C is located is site Y. DAG is configured, members added and copy replicated. I want to test the DR failover. I was checking the status running the command : Get-DatabaseAvailabilityGroup -Identity DAG |fl and I saw that statedMailboxeServer entry is empty. It suppose to have the 3 CAS servers. I checked in cluster failover program and it show the status ok for the 3 CAS servers. Any idea why I do not see it. Should I continue with my DR failover test if I do not see the servers in StartedMailboxserver entry? Or there is any way to force see that entry?

NetworkEncryption                      : InterSubnetOnly
DatacenterActivationMode               : DagOnly
StoppedMailboxServers                  : {}
StartedMailboxServers                  : {}

Thanks,
CGNET
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Antonio VargasMicrosoft Senior Cloud ConsultantCommented:
Database Availability groups dont have Client access servers. they have mailbox servers. client access arrays have client access servers. so my question is. do you have mailbox servers as members of your database availability group? just use the exchange management console, and under organization configuration go to mailbox server role, database availability group, click on properties and check the members.
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CGNET-TEAuthor Commented:
Hi Thanks for the reply. It was replication delay between both sites. Now I am able to see it. Thanks,
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Antonio VargasMicrosoft Senior Cloud ConsultantCommented:
no problem! :)
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