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Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 High Availability by Nuno Mota

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Chapter 9. Underlying Infrastructure

Designing a highly available Exchange environment is not just in the hands of the messaging team, which unfortunately can be frustrating for some administrators or architects. Exchange is completely dependent on a variety of other services and systems that are usually administered and maintained by other teams. This chapter provides an overview of what should be done in order to improve the high availability of Active Directory, Domain Name System (DNS), network, storage, and virtualization platforms so that the likelihood of a failure with any of these systems causing an outage with Exchange is mitigated.

Active Directory

Since Exchange 2000 dropped its own directory service, Active Directory (AD) became a ...

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