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Exchange Server 2013 HA and Load Balancing

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How can i achieve High Availability and Load Balancing with Exchange Server 2013
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Exchange 2013 has a new design in regards to roles.

For the Mailbox server you should create a database availability group and include 2 or more servers,

for the client access server you can do DNS load balancing between two or more CAS. affinity is no longer requested on the load balancer and therefore DNS load balancing is enough. the CAS will only process authentication and not rendering.

please check the link below:

http://blogs.technet.com/b/exchange/archive/2013/01/23/exchange-2013-server-role-architecture.aspx
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