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 Author Samuel Betts  Views 707 View Original Article

Alternative title: “how do I get a redundant SQL backend combined with a disaster recovery site, using AlwaysOn”? This is a question that has come up a bit just recently so I though I’d clarify how this can work. Arranging the SQL Server AlwaysOn setup for SharePoint, especially when a contingency/disaster-recovery farm is involved alongside using AlwaysOn for local SQL redundancy for the primary SharePoint farm isn’t an easy thing to visualise. So let me help with t…
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