We have 2 exchange 2013 SP1 servers. One is active and the other is passive. We don't want databases activated on passive server automatically. We run the command :
Suspend-MailboxDatabaseCopy -identity "databasename\servername" - ActivationOnly
and check with the command:
Get-MailboxDatabaseCopyStatus -identity "databasename\servername" | select Id,ActivationSuspended
we have ActivationSuspended = True.
But sometimes 2-3 times a week all databases still activated on passive server when we have interupted on our active server like backup take / clean up snapshot . . .
What can we do to ensure it will never activate passive databases on passive server automatically ? We only want to activate them manually when we need to.
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