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After removing DB copies off member servers and placing in maintenance mode, what else is necessary to completely remove all DAGs and just have stand only mail servers?
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Vijaya Babu Sekar earned 500 total points
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Before you remove a database availability group (DAG), the DAG must be empty. If the DAG you want to remove contains any Mailbox servers, you must first remove the servers from the DAG and you may refer the below article for more understanding.

http://blogs.technet.com/b/timmcmic/archive/2013/09/23/exchange-2010-remove-databaseavailabilitygroupserver-configurationonly-does-not-evict-the-member-from-the-cluster.aspx


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