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Configure role specific settings

Configure role specific settings: Windows Server 2012 R2: Configure and Manage High Availability
Configure role specific settings: Windows Server 2012 R2: Configure and Manage High Availability

In this video, Robert McMillen talks about all the major roles that can be added to a 2012 R2 Cluster environment. Each of these roles are explained in detail what they are and why you would want to use them. In Server 2012 the previously named highly available applications and services is now referred to as roles. There are many HA roles you can use but there are only a handful that are popular. They include: DFS Namespace Server, DHCP Server, File Server, Virtual Machine, ISCSI Target Server, and Generic Server.

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