Appendix A. The Bottom Line

Each of The Bottom Line sections in the chapters suggest exercises to deepen skills and understanding. Sometimes there is only one possible solution, but often you are encouraged to use your skills and creativity to create something that builds on what you know and lets you explore one of many possible solutions.

Chapter 1: Introducing Exchange Server 2010

Understand new high-availability options.

Exchange Server now provides replication technology that keeps databases synchronized between an active copy of the database and one or more passive copies. In the event of failure of the active database, one of the passive copies can be brought online. Storage groups have been eliminated and now each Exchange database has its ...

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