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Event ID for Exchange 2010 DAG Fail Over

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We currently have a 3 member DAG group in our Exchange 2010 sp3 environment. We would like to monitor for an event ID when DAG failover occurs from one database server to the next. Does anyone know what event ID we should be looking for?
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It should be event 2090 you are looking for. Also you can look at other events pertaining to Exchange high availability in the logs located at Applications and Services Logs\Microsoft\Exchange\HighAvailability\Operational.
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Thanks. Can you confirm this is relevant for Exchange 2010? Everything I see points to Exchange 2007.
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