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Exchange 2013 - Removed mailbox server from DAG - Test-replicationhealth failing now

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Seemed to work successfully and no issues experienced. Cluster all looks fine with expected warning messages.

All except test-replicationhealth causing a failure on ClusterNetwork section with an error on a subnet.

Get-databaseavailabiltygroupnetwork reports misconfigured subnets on the mapidagnetwork. This was fine before removing the DAG member with no issues.
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by:paulfoel
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hmmm test-replicationhealth is now saying "mapdagnetwork" has nore htan one network interface.
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Are you still looking for solution? What is the exact issue you are facing?
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Amit - As above test-replicationhealth is giving errors?

It looks like I have lost the DAG network with just mapi remaining.
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You can run cluster validation test and check the result. If you see any issues, let me know, we can check further.
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