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Exchange 2013 boot from SAN

Posted on 2014-11-04
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Hi,

I cannot find an article that indicates if MS support booting from SAN for Exchange 2013.

Can the experts assist?
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i should include that DAGs would be deployed across 2 servers
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What do you mean booting from SAN? Do you mean Exchange Binaries or installation path located on SAN drive. If yes, it can be done. DAG is a feature in Exchange 2013, It seems you are asking Database on SAN which are in DAG, So yes that can be also done and supported.

And if your question is around OS booting on SAN drive, then read below MS KB.
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/305547
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2826787

Hope this helps.
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by:cmatchett
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Hi Amit,

I mean to boot everything from SAN.

OS and binaries
Database and log volumes
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by:Amit
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Read the articles, I posted above.
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GREAT
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