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DatabaseA is in ServerA and also ServerB, (part of HighAvailability).

Under Availability Groups, you can see that database on both servers. (primary & secondary Availability Group).

But on one server (primary AG), it says it is synchorinized
It is specified as
Databasename (Synchronized)

But on server with secondary AG, it just says its name
Databasename

without the '(Synchronized)' part.

What could be the problem?
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I think this is the proper behaviour as the primary is sync'd to the secondary... if it was out of sync then you'd see un-synchronized
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