At the end of this video, the student will learn how to set up and utilize a lagged copy of Exchange 2016 databases. A lagged copy allows you to utilize database availability groups to create a copy that is purposefully behind the other databases in case of system-wide corruption. This can assist getting email back up and running more quickly in case of disaster or virus outbreak.
- [Instructor] The purpose of the lagged database copy…is to provide a recovery mechanism for the…rare event of system-wide or catastrophic corruption.…It's not intended for individual mailbox recovery…or individual item recovery.…By utilizing the lagged database copy in this manner,…it's important that we understand that…the lagged database copy is not a…guaranteed point in time backup.…The lagged database copy will have an availability threshold…due to periods where the disk containing the lagged copy…is due to disk failure.…
For example, if we have a lagged copy of one hour…between the highest activation number,…in this case number two, and the active database,…number one, then if number one's database becomes corrupt…and we activate the database on number two,…then we'll lose one hour of email, but we'll still have…the rest of the email available.…Although it's not designed as a type of backup,…it certainly can be used as a type of backup,…since it does get data to you…that is mostly complete.…
If you choose to have a lagged copy that is farther…
Need to set up Exchange Server for the first time? Check out Robert's previous course, Deploying Exchange Server 2016.
Note: This course maps to the certification exam for Exchange Server 2016. Review the course and exam blueprint for the Exchange Server 13 exam here and here.
- Reviewing the Exchange Control Panel
- Managing the Mailbox role
- Configuring permissions and delegates
- Managing and troubleshooting mail transport
- Troubleshooting SMTP mail flow and domain security
- Designing an Exchange SLA
- Backup and recovery
- Planning high availability
- Troubleshooting connectivity
Skill Level Intermediate
Migrating from Exchange Server 2010 to 2013with David Elfassy2h 23m Intermediate
Windows Server 2012 R2: Manage Group Policywith Ed Liberman1h 46m Intermediate
1. Using the Exchange Control Panel
2. Managing the Mailbox Role
3. Managing Transport
4. Exchange SLA
5. Backup and Recovery
6. High Availability
7. Troubleshooting Connectivity
- Mark as unwatched
- Mark all as unwatched
Are you sure you want to mark all the videos in this course as unwatched?
This will not affect your course history, your reports, or your certificates of completion for this course.Cancel
Take notes with your new membership!
Type in the entry box, then click Enter to save your note.
1:30Press on any video thumbnail to jump immediately to the timecode shown.
Notes are saved with you account but can also be exported as plain text, MS Word, PDF, Google Doc, or Evernote.