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Ladies and Gentlemen,

What are my options for HA in Exchange 2010. I would prefer to use LCR since I am using a VMWARE infrastructure and not DAG, but I can't find any documentation to support the setup of LCR on 2010. Any Help would be greatly appreciated.

If LCR is possible please provide a tutorial on how to implement it in 2010.
If DAG is the only option then I would also need a tutorial on implementation for that.

I would prefer to just replicate the database between two drives rather than having to provision a new Exchange 2010 server. This would also save time,money and a headache.

Thanks in advance for your assistance.
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Exchange 2010 does not have the concept of LCR

You can check the following article to get information about DAG..
http://www.msexchange.org/articles-tutorials/exchange-server-2010/high-availability-recovery/uncovering-exchange-2010-database-availability-groups-dags-part1.html
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There is no LCR in Exchange 2010 and only way is DAG and for which you need to Windows Enterprise and Exchange 2010 Ent\Std

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Is there a way to setup DAG on a single server? or do you need two Exchange Servers. I know Microsoft recommends 3 Servers for a fully redundant environment.

I however am looking at least cost atm for a HA solution.
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My environment at the moment has a single Exchange 2010 Ent server with 6 DB's
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Is there a way to setup DAG on a single server?
No. Minimum 2 servers required to create a DAG...

With single server you have to depend on backups..
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Thanks for all the assistance guys
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