UNC403 Native Data Protection in Exchange 2010 Service Pack 1

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UNC403 Native Data Protection in Exchange 2010 Service Pack 1. Ross Smith IVPrincipal Program Manager, Exchange ServerMicrosoft Corporation. Session Objectives And Takeaways. Session Objective(s): Explain reinforcement procedure for Exchange 2010Provide an outline of local information security featuresKey Takeaway 1New elements give a different option for customary backupsKey Takeaway 2Exchange 2010 brings down

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UNC403 Native Data Protection in Exchange 2010 Service Pack 1 Ross Smith IV Principal Program Manager, Exchange Server Microsoft Corporation

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Session Objectives And Takeaways Session Objective(s): Explain reinforcement system for Exchange 2010 Provide an outline of local information assurance highlights Key Takeaway 1 New elements give an other option to customary reinforcements Key Takeaway 2 Exchange 2010 brings down expenses while enhancing IT Pro debacle recuperation encounter

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Exchange Native Data Protection Let's Begin What is this Native Data Protection idea? Trade Native Data Protection depends on Exchange to secure your letter drop information, with no VSS reinforcements

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Disaster Recovery Scenarios A Historical Perspective Reason for Backup Exchange 2003 Exchange 2007 CCR as well as SCR Software/Hardware/Datacenter Failures Third Party SAN Replication Accidental/Malicious Item Deletion PIT Backup or SCR Point-in-Time (PIT) Backup Physical Corruption Database Reseed PIT Backup or SCR Logical Corruption Administrative/Automation Errors Rogue Administrators Isolated PIT ( iPIT ) Backup iPIT Backup Corporate/Regulatory Compliance Requirements Third Party Solution or iPIT Backup Third Party Solution or iPIT Backup Long-term Data Retention

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Disaster Recovery Scenarios Exchange 2010's Perspective Reason for Backup Exchange 2010 Mailbox Resiliency Software/Hardware/Datacenter Failures Accidental/Malicious Item Deletion Single Item Recovery Physical Corruption Single Page Restore Single Item Recovery Calendar Repair Mailbox Moves New-MailboxRepairRequest and additionally PIT Backup Logical Corruption Administrative/Automation Errors Rogue Administrators RBAC or iPIT Backup Corporate/Regulatory Compliance Requirements Exchange 2010 components, Third Party Solution or iPIT Backup Long-term Data Retention Personal Archive

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Exchange 2010 Native Data Protection Feature Drill Down

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Mailbox Resiliency Software/Hardware/Datacenter Failures Goal Minimize downtime and information misfortune after a disappointment with a solitary arrangement over the whole organization Features Data repetition gave by up to 16 database duplicates in topographically conveyed locales Database level failover Continuous log information shipping

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Mailbox Resiliency Overview AD site: Dallas Log Client Access Server Hub Transport DB1 Clients interface through CAS servers Client DB3 Mailbox Server 6 DB5 Client Access Server Hub Transport AD site: San Jose Easy to extend crosswise over destinations Database Availability Group Failover oversaw inside Exchange Mailbox Server 1 Mailbox Server 2 Mailbox Server 3 Mailbox Server 4 Mailbox Server 5 DB1 DB4 DB2 DB5 DB3 Database - driven failover DB2 DB5 DB3 DB4 DB1 DB3 Log DB2 DB5 DB4

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Continuous Replication Send me the most recent log documents … I have log 2 ESE Log Buffer Replication Log Buffer Database duplicate breakthrough Log is fabricated and reviewed Log piece recognized and changed over to finish log Exx.log Log File 3 Log File 1 Log File 2 Log File 1 Log File 4 Log File 3 Log File 5 Log File 4 Log File 2 Log File 6 Log File 6 Log File 7 Log File 5 Continuous Replication – File Mode Continuous Replication – Block Mode

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Single Page Restore Physical Corruption Physical Corruption definition – when the basic Extensible Storage Engine (ESE) structure is degenerate Why did we actualize single page reestablish? The utilization of JBOD stockpiling and the evacuation of RAID security components requires that the application give an instrument to self-mend if awful pieces are identified on the capacity media which cause physical defilement inside the database Only used to recuperate HA database duplicates Lagged database duplicates don't use single page reestablish Use RAID to ensure slacked database duplicates

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Single Page Restore (Active Copy) Database Availability Group (DAG) Page debasement distinguished on Active Copy (e.g. - 1018) Mailbox Server Node 1 Mailbox Server Node 2 Mailbox Server Node 3 Active DB places marker in log stream to inform inactive duplicates to dispatch breakthrough page DB1-Active DB1-CopyA DB1-CopyB Log Passive gets log and replays up to marker, recovers great page, conjures Replay Service callback and boats page Page1 Page2 Active gets great page, composes page to log, DB page is fixed Page3 Database Subsequent page repair from extra duplicates overlooked

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Single Page Restore (Passive HA Copy) Database Availability Group (DAG) Page debasement identified on DB Copy (e.g. - 1018) Mailbox Server Node 1 Mailbox Server Node 2 Mailbox Server Node 3 Passive duplicate stops log replay (log duplicating proceeds) DB1-Active DB1-CopyA DB1-CopyB Passive recovers the ruined page # from the dynamic utilizing DB seeding foundation Log Page1 Passive duplicate holds up till log document which meets max required era necessity is replicated/investigated, then fixes page Page2 Page3 Page 3 Page3 Database Passive resumes log replay

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Mailbox Resiliency Benefits Key Benefits Improved accessibility, dependability, and quick recuperation with insignificant information misfortune 30 second database initiation occasions Native replication highlights that incorporate log examination and page fixing SP1 includes Continuous Replication Block Mode Enables arrangement of substantial, minimal effort letter boxes because of a quick recuperation component Same computerized database failover handle utilized for a range for disappointments—circle, server, organize For more data See UNC401 - Microsoft Exchange Server 2010: High Availability Deep Dive See UNC321-IS - Microsoft Exchange 2010 SP1 High Availability: Ask The Experts

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Dumpster 1.0 Issues Accidental/Malicious Item Deletion What if the cancellation timestamp is past the erased thing maintenance period? You need to reestablish from reinforcement (in the event that you have one that backpedals to before the cleanse) No approach to keep client from coincidentally or perniciously erasing the thing out of Dumpster 1.0 is a view put away per envelope Cannot be sought or filed Not moved with the letter box

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Dumpster 2.0 otherwise known as the Recoverable Items Folder Implemented as an organizer order in the non_ipm_subtree of the post box Means information moves with the letter drop Means the information is discoverable Has configurable shares to alleviate disavowal of administration assaults Used in mix with two components to hold information: Short-term safeguarding of information (single thing recuperation) Long-term protection of information (lawful hold)

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Single Item Recovery Goal Retain all erased and adjusted things for a predefined span Features Enabled per letter box, crippled as a matter of course Set-Mailbox UserA – SingleItemRecoveryEnabled $true Retention length is designed per post box or per database Set-Mailbox UserA - RetainDeletedItemsFor 90 - UseDatabaseQuotaDefaults $ false Set-MailboxDatabase DB1 - DeletedItemRetention 30 Recoverable things envelope portion defaults 20 GB Warning Quota – things start to be erased (FIFO) 30 GB Quota – recoverable things envelope full

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Single Item Recovery (1) Message conveyed Mailbox 1-2 yrs of E-mail Size 2-10GB Online and Offline Inbox … (2) Message moved to Deleted Items (5) Message Edited Deleted Items Recoverable Items (3) Message erased Deletions Versions (4) Message "cleansed" by client Purges (6) Messages cleansed by 14 day (or custom DIRW) strategy

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Legal Hold Goal Retain all erased and altered things for length of lawful case Features Enabled per letter box, incapacitated of course Set-Mailbox UserA - LitigationHoldEnabled $true Can tell the client that case hold has been empowered inside Outlook 2010 Set-Mailbox UserA - RetentionURL <legal URL> Set-Mailbox UserA - RetentionComment <legal note> Recoverable things envelope amount defaults 20 GB Warning Quota – application occasion is logged 30 GB Quota – recoverable things organizer full

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Legal Hold (1) Message conveyed Mailbox 1-2 yrs of E-mail Size 2-10GB Online and Offline Inbox … (2) Message moved to Deleted Items (5) Message Edited Deleted Items Recoverable Items (3) Message erased Deletions Versions (4) Message "cleansed" by client (6) Messages are moved to Purges envelope (in view of DIR Window), yet are not cleansed from the framework Purges

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Single Item Recovery Benefits Key Benefits Easy administrator recuperation of cleansed things from Exchange Control Panel, yet this requires an eCAL Can use cmdlets to likewise recoup cleansed things (doesn't require eCAL ) http://msexchangeteam.com/file/2010/04/26/454733.aspx Dedicated reinforcement administrators not required to perform thing recuperation Lowers cost of the arrangement

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What are Logical Corruptions? Consistent Corruptions There are two sorts of intelligent defilement situations Database Logical Corruption – page checksums, however the information isn't right on the page coherently Store Logical Corruption - D ata is included, erased, or controlled in a way that the client doesn't expect; by and large brought about by outsider applications

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Dealing with Logical Corruptions With Single Item Recovery, you can recoup the first (not degenerate adaptation) if the altered variant is degenerate The Calendar Repair Assistant recognizes and remedies inconsistencies that happen for single and repeating meeting things for letter drops homed on that Mailbox server so beneficiaries won't miss meeting declarations or have untrustworthy meeting data During post box moves, the Mailbox Replication Service identifies undermined things and won't move those things to the objective letter box database Service Pack 1 presents the New-MailboxRepairRequest which can address debasements with pursuit organizers, thing numbers, envelope perspectives, and parent/kid envelope issues For the corner cases not secured by the above things… You could use a PIT reinforcement like a conventional VSS

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