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Exchange 2010 DAG not active

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I have some Exchange experience, but not with DAGs.  A customer that we recently picked up had a power failure and one of the servers in the DAG took a while to start and the DAG on that server has an "Is Active" status of False, but the Copy Status is Healthy.

I'm not sure what to do to get everything back to the way it should be. Do I just need to activate that database copy?

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Yes, activate the db copy, also run some test commands

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