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Hi Experts,

I have a cluster of EXCH 2007.
The main cluster has the name CL02 with IP 10.2.1.131
Under this Cluster I have another application for my EXCHANGE called CL03EX with IP 10.2.1.130

I know where to change the IP of CL03EX.
But where to change the IP of the main cluster ?
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Thanks , you are the master :-)
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