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Office Guides: Deploying and Managing Exchange Mailbox High Availability

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See how to use the database availability group feature to provide high availability and site resilience to your Exchange organization. See how to use the database availability group feature to ensure high availability and site resilience in your Exchange organization. See how to use load balancing to ensure Outlook Web App connectivity. You'll also see how to monitor the status of the load balancer servers.

Associated Office Guide Course(s) | Deploying Office as a Service
Related Course(s)| 20341: Core Solutions of Microsoft Exchange Server 2013; 20342: Advanced Solutions of Microsoft Exchange Server 2013

  • 01 | Creating a Database Availability Group

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  • 02 | Testing Database Availability Group Switchover and Failover

    00:20:00
  • 03 | Testing Client Access Load Balancing

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