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Hi,

how can i configure two IIS 7.5 servers for high availability?

I have two servers with windows 2008 R2 editions installed on which i have configured IIS. Both the servers are in workgroup, i have one virtual IP available and it is configured on NLB device i am able to ping virtual IP. I need a help in configuring high availability for both the IIS servers.


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