how do I migrate existing 2007 cluster environment to Exchange 2010

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Well how do I migrate existing 2007 cluster environment to 2010,i do carry SCR,CCR,LCR,CAS,HUB all solution is there for fail redundancy, what to do for this issue?

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Exchange 2010, Exchange 2007

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You can’t use clustering with Exchange 2010.

You need to use the DAG to create multiple replicated copies of the dataabse for your HA

see http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd638121.aspx and subsequent pages

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    LCR is no longer possible in Exchange 2010. The concepts of CCR and SCR have been combined into the DAG concept. If you want high availability within a datacenter or between datacenters you should use a DAG. CAS doesn't require replication -- you just need to load balance access to CAS via a load balancer. Hub provides high availability in a different way than DAGs.
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