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In Exchange 2013 Central Administration, when selecting Servers the Databases tab
there are 2 icons that can do the same thing  the ellipses(...) and the one on the left of the ellipses.
If I click on either of them , I can see:
Add Database Copy
Add Mailbox Database Copy

and they are both on the same button, I mean if you click there you open up the same window, it is a little bit misleading when you are new to the console.

Just wanted to make sure what I see on those buttons is the same thing that every Exchange 2013 Admin is seeing.

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Vaseem Mohammed earned 250 total points
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I don't have EAC in front to confirm it, but what I believe it is kind of "Tool Tip" or description of what the Icon is for.
If you hover over the Icons on left what do you see? If its something similar that I guess its the description with link on it. :-)
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Are you up to date on all patch's & CU's ? Here's a snapshot of mine. I don't have the same buttons.
Exchange Snapshot
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No big deal for now…was just curious…

Thank you Guys!
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