Exchange on-premise page wrong information - Database copies with no DAG

Hello,

I have an Exchange 2010 SP1 server and am planing to upgrade to SP3. When I open the EMC and look at the results of the On-Premises page I see the folowing:

Total Databases 3
Database copies 2

I actually have 4 databases plus Public Folders and no DAG but I see a Database copy for each of the 4 databases.

Should I be concerned about this? The server is otherwise healthy.

Thank you,
Chris
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Chris DanielsOwnerAuthor Commented:
I guess the showing of Database copies is normal as I just checked another one of my Exchange servers. Also on that server it says the information is "unavailable" on the On-premises page.
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Adam FarageEnterprise ArchCommented:
No. The welcome page never refreshes, so I just ignore it.
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