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One of our subsidiary sites runs a three-server setup based around SBS2003R2, there's also ...
2nd November 2009, 10:42 AM #1
SBS Disaster Recovery Plan
Good morning all! Happy new week!
One of our subsidiary sites runs a three-server setup based around SBS2003R2, there's also a NAS box that stores all the user data and a new 2008 server that's currently only running SIMS + some data storage. There's no user data stored on the SBS box apart from mailbox data.
I want to build a second SBS box so that in the event of the existing SBS box exploding I can simply plug in the "backup SBS box" and be back up and running in the minimum time. How can I best achieve this?
I do not want to clone from a backup of the existing SBS as I'm suspicious that it has some underlying issues and don't want these issues replicated; I want to build the new box from scratch and keep it in a cupboard, just in case.
Any advice, or pointers to existing threads and articles would be very welcome. Thanks.
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5th November 2009, 11:12 AM #2
Does the thundering silence mean that this is a bad / stupid idea?
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