Tag Archives: Exchange 2013

#IAMMEC Session Report: Ex2013 Planning and Deploying High Availability

Lagged Copies Dealt with automatically by the system but the tradeoff is that it can be automatically played forward in case it’s needed SafetyNet is what was Transport Dumpster, now it’s Transport Dumpster on Steroids Lagged Copy is 7 days, … Continue reading

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#IAMMEC Session Report: Exchange 2013 High Availability & Business Continuity

Simply put, Scott Schnoll is and always will be a legend among the Exchange crowd.  He always gives some great talks. Let’s hop right into it: Storage Enhancements Multiple Databases per volume Number of copies must equal the number on … Continue reading

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#IAMMEC Session Recap: Manageability and Monitoring Talk

In the afternoon I attended the Manageability and Monitoring talk by Charlie Chung and Greg Thiel and took some rough notes. EX2013 – Protocols are always served from the protocol instance that is local to the active database copy Best … Continue reading

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#IAMMEC Day 1 Keynote Recap

Big thanks to Microsoft for getting MEC going again.  I started dealing with Exchange just before they held the last one of these, so I’ve always been a bit sad that I had never had the chance to attend. So, … Continue reading

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