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8 SCC cluster nodes do not replicate Exchange databases/storage groups to each other However, they can participate in SCR replication as SCR sources, and replicate to one or more SCR targets SCC clusters without a CMS can also act as SCR targets 9 In Exchange Server 2007 SP1, LCR uses the Transport Dumpster feature to request messages from Hub Transport servers in the site after recovery to an LCR replica 10 Public folder replication is not supported if any of the storage groups containing a Public Folder database is being replicated using LCR, CCR, or SCR 11 A Clustered Mailbox Server using SCC supports replication of Public Folder databases However, storage groups containing Public Folder databases that use Public Folder replication are not supported as an SCR source 12 If SCR source or target servers are clustered, only the Clustered Mailbox Server role is supported If either the SCR source or target servers are not clustered, the standalone/nonclustered servers can coexist with other Exchange Server 2007 server roles, except the Edge Transport Server role Although the log shipping and replication techniques have been around in different products and high-availability solutions for a long time, they are quite new to Exchange Server Investments will need to be made in testing and piloting such deployments before they are put in production, and in training Exchange administrators and IT staff to get a fair understanding of the different features available, the different combinations they can be used in, and overall to be comfortable with them If you re using CCR or SCR to replicate storage groups over WAN links, the issue of bandwidth utilization and availability needs to be considered as well However, bandwidth considerations are no different from those with similar third-party replication products offering synchronous or asynchronous replication
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solutions Comparative test results and information is not available yet (from Microsoft, ISVs, and third parties) that quantifies the actual data moved and the bandwidth consumed by Exchange s continuous replication and replication solutions provided by ISVs
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At this time of writing, not much time has elapsed since the release of Exchange Server 2007 RTM, and the release of SP1 is just around the corner Best practices emerge over a period of time there isn t an abundance of such advice at this time When considering which high-availability feature or product to use, you should consider solutions provided by third-party vendors and compare them with those offered natively in Exchange Server 2007 If keeping the costs of high availability low, using out-of-the-box or native features, and keeping deployments simple and support restricted to as few vendors as possible are important, Exchange Server 2007 SP1 offers all these features today
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n order to ensure that the infrastructure of servers you deploy for Exchange Server 2007 today continues to function properly in the future, you will need to properly maintain the environment As your organization s needs and usage patterns change, you will need to monitor the environment and identify trends Once you identify trends, you can make changes to optimize the organization s infrastructure and, when necessary, proactively scale to meet future needs
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Operations Overview
Microsoft provides Exchange administrators with tools to maintain their organizations Not all the tools are well known Some are rudimentary tools associated with a specific operational task It is important to understand the operational tasks that Microsoft recommends and to incorporate the associated tools into your administrative routine Some of the operational tasks require Windows Server tools, whereas other tasks need tools unique to Exchange Server 2007 The process of maintaining, monitoring, and optimizing Exchange Server is a tedious one that is more complex in larger organizations The process is critical to the health and well being of any size organization Microsoft and a number of third-party vendors provide applications and tools, above and beyond what comes with Exchange, to assist administrators in their efforts to increase the availability and performance of their Exchange servers
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