Managed Availability in Exchange 2013

Posted on 2014-08-13
Last Modified: 2014-09-10
We are about to deploy exchange 2013 to our environment, and my concern is this "managed availability", I don't want the responder to start rebooting servers or do other thing, is there a way to turn off some of the actions and just report by adding an event log entry.
Question by:nourben
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    If the server is properly specified then Managed Availability doesn't really do much. I have deployed many Exchange 2013 servers and it hasn't caused a problem for any of them.

    However if you insist on disabling them, then this blog outlines how:

    But it isn't something I would recommend.


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