Exchange 2010 Guest Backup

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I am debating on purchasing Exchange 2007 or 2010. As of sp2 of 2007 you can do a host backup with a exchange 2007 guest and it will do the exchange back and clear the log files. My question is does exchange 2010 do the same thing? or do i have it wrong about 2007?

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ASKED: October 21, 2010  3:22 PM
UPDATED: October 25, 2010  12:14 PM

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You may want to consider exchange 2007 for the LCR feature , which my be limited to windows enterprise servers only . Know in Exchange 2010 as DAG

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  • Rajatkondal
    the feature is known as circular logging , has multiple advantages . It is available in both versions of exchange 2007 and 2010 .
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  • Niesz
    We have windows enterprise edition installed. As the host, and as the guest. My question still is can i use the new server backup tool in 08 that is installed on the host to backup the guest exchange. I will also look into lcr and dag. If this would be a better solution for backups let me know.
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  • Niesz
    [...] Exchange 2010 Guest Backup [...]
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