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How to find out the kind of relation between two exchange server 2010?

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I have two servers exchange 2010,I can create a user in anyone of them and choose the database from the other one,but there is no DAG between them,both join the domain,what the relation and how could I found it?
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The relation is that they are part of the same exchange organization. Exchange stores a lot of information in active directory and just because these machines are not part of a DAG does not mean that they do not know about each other and the underlying configuration of the exchange organization.
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so if I removed any server of them ,could the the other server would do the job? .and would be still keep the stopped server data?
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First I don't think it would let you remove the server with active databases  on it. Itou would need to do something prior to removing the server.

And just because the other exchange server knows there are other severs in the organization does not mean it automatically replicates the data. That is the sole reason why companies set up dag on their exchange servers.
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