Exchange 2003: Standby Cluster Recovery. Timothy J. McMichael Microsoft Corporation firstname.lastname@example.org. What is an Exchange Standby Cluster?. A cluster that mirrors a production cluster. Hardware / Software configurations Exchange and OS versions Software updates and hotfixes
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Event Type: Error
Event Source: MSExchangeCluster
Event Category: Services
Event ID: 1027
Time: 9:38:45 AM
Exchange System Attendant: System Attendant resource has been deleted improperly. The objects in Active Directory corresponding to this Exchange Virtual Server have not been removed. If you unintentionally deleted the System Attendant resource, you can restore it and its dependent resources to their original configuration by re-creating the System Attendant resource using the same parameters as before. If you want to remove the Exchange Virtual Server corresponding to this System Attendant resource, you have to re-create the System Attendant resource with the same parameters as before and then select the option "Remove Exchange Virtual Server" in the context menu of the group or System Attendant resource using the Cluster Administrator tool.
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The component "Microsoft Exchange" cannot be assigned the action "Disaster Recovery" because: - Microsoft Exchange setup does not support the use of the DisasterRecovery action when running on cluster nodes. See the Microsoft Exchange Disaster Recovery white paper at http://www.microsoft.com/exchange for the proper methodology to use for recovering a Microsoft Exchange cluster.
ERR Microsoft Exchange SMTP Server Instance <SMTP Virtual Server Instance 1 (MAIL-2)>: [EXRES] DwCheckProtocolSocket: failed to connect socket. Error 10060.
ERR Microsoft Exchange SMTP Server Instance <SMTP Virtual Server Instance 1 (MAIL-2)>: [EXRES] ExchangeCheckIsAlive: IsAlive failed, will retry in 50 msec.
Cluster res <Network Name> /priv RequireKerberos=0
Cluster res <Network Name> /priv RequireKerberos=1