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Microsoft® Exchange Server 2010: Best Practices by Joel Stidley, Siegfried Jagott

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Availability Planning for Client Access Servers

Unlike the Mailbox server role and to some extent the Transport server roles, the Client Access Server role does not have any inherent high-availability functionality built in. That does not mean that it was designed without high availability in mind—it just requires other modalities to provide high availability. A separate product or feature is required to provide this functionality. The following sections cover choosing and configuring the best solution depending on deployment requirements.

Client Access Load Balancing and Failover Solutions

To provide Client Access high availability requires multiple Client Access servers to be deployed in the same Active Directory site. As mentioned, there is no ...

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