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If you have 2 exchange mailbox servers, and one mailbox database on them (i.e. a replica on both), do you need to do your full backup on both servers, or can you get away with taking a full mbx database backup from one of the two servers?
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Hi

I would take a backup for the replica master only. (since the replicated will always mirror the master)
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