DB mirroring with SQL Server 2005: Standard vs. Enterprise

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On the subject of database mirroring in SQL Server 2005… Besides snapshot access and high safety mode having to be on, as well as the redo thread count, are there any other limitations placed on mirroring, utilizing Standard edition vs. Enterprise edition? I was under the assumption that to allow automatic failover, Enterprise edition was required.

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To use automatic failover you need to be in high safety mode which requires Enterprise, making automatic failover an EE only feature.

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