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Exchange 2010 DAG Catalog Folders

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I have to delete and  rebuild the catalog folders as the indices are in a failed state, if all databases are mounted on node 'B", is there any danger in stopping the search service on node "A" or possibly even killing the process if the stop does not work
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Simon Butler (Sembee) earned 250 total points
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No that will be fine. It isn't an uncommon thing to do.

In the scripts directory of the Exchange installation there is a script to do this for you called
ResetSearchIndex.ps1 - I would start with that first, before doing anything manually.

Simon.
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DAG us support incremental development. So we can remove and add mailbox member server in this as our requirement.
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