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Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 PowerShell Cookbook - Fourth Edition by Mike Pfeiffer, Nuno Mota, Jonas Andersson

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Introduction

If you have worked with previous versions of Exchange, you may have been involved in implementing or supporting a highly available solution that required a shared storage model. This allowed multiple server nodes to access the same physical storage, and in the event of an active server node failure, another node in the cluster could take control of the cluster resources, since it had local access to the databases and log files. This was a good model for server availability, but did not provide any protection for data redundancy.

With the release of Exchange 2007, already in end of life, Microsoft still supported this clustering model, rebranded as Single Copy Clusters (SCC), but they also introduced a new feature known as continuous ...

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