Exchange SCR DR Activation

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Exchange 2007 disaster recovery
Exchange 2007 replication
Exchange 2007 Single Copy Clusters
Exchange Disaster Recovery
Exchange replication
Single Copy Clusters
Standby Continuous Replication
Hi, we are planned to go with Exchange 2007 SCC configuration in production site and using SCR in a stand alone mailbox server role in DR site. I have read through most of the articles (including microsoft technet) which says during the continuous replication the database will not be in consistent state and hence we need to execute the eseutil command to repair the database and get the database in consistent state before we acutally mount the DB. Does this is the normal behaviour of this replication architecture. Thanks, Zamim
ASKED: March 11, 2009  5:17 AM
UPDATED: March 11, 2009  1:28 PM

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