October 2013 - Posts
In this Tutorial of our Managing DAG in Exchange Server 2013 series we will be adding additional nodes to our newly created DAG and also configuring it to use DAC mode.
In the first article of this series we shown the big picture with two datacenters and a DAG witness server located in a third datacenter.
Read more at source: http://andersonpatricio.ca/managing-dag-adding-nodes-and-dac-mode/
At this point of the series we created a DAG witness server, pre-staged the Active Directory that will be used by the DAG in this Tutorial and last but not least we configured the Network Adapters (2 adapters) in order to have a network for the clients and a second one just for replication.
Read more at source: http://andersonpatricio.ca/managing-dag-creating-a-new-dag-using-eac/
In this post we go over the process to pre-stage a CNO (Cluster Name Object) for a new DAG that will be created as part of this series.
Read more at source: http://andersonpatricio.ca/managing-dag-creating-a-dag-object/
In this article we are starting a new series with some of the basic steps to manage a DAG in Exchange Server 2013, the first one is how to configure the witness server.
Read more at source: http://andersonpatricio.ca/managing-dag-configuring-a-dag-witness-server/