Recovering from a Site Failure

When a site becomes unavailable due to a physical access limitation or a disaster such as a fire or earthquake, steps must be taken to provide the recovery of the Exchange server in the site. Exchange does not have a single-step method of merging information from the failed site server into another server, so the process involves recovering the lost server in its entirety.

To prepare for the recovery of a failed site, an organization can create redundancy in a failover site. With redundancy built into a remote site, the recovery and restore process can be minimized if a recovery needs to performed.

Creating Redundant and Failover Sites

Redundant sites are created for a couple of different reasons. First, a redundant ...

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