Using Data Availability Groups for Disaster Recovery

Posted on 2013-10-14
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Can I create a DAG in a physically remote site in the event their is a disaster at the primary location?  If so, if the primary site does fail, how then can users access the database?  How does mail get delivered?  Would I need to change the DNS records to point to new IP of the DAG server?  The current Exchange 2010 server has all roles assigned to it.
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This is a great start!  Thank you!

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