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How do you configure DAG to replicate every 12 hours on Exchange 2010?
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Once you have  DAG it will update to all Replication partners right away

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I want the DAG to replicate every 12 hours.  What command do I use in powershell to accomplish this?
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Sorry but there is no such option your speaking of
http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/exchange2010/thread/c0a569ac-974d-4aa3-abbd-4b1739356357
Log shipping between DAG nodes are asynchronous and real time, this mean that when ever new log file create in active node and complete 1 MB then replaice it in passive DB. If you seed databse copy in DAG then you can see number of logs going to update in sceonadry copy

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd979802.aspx

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