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[Migrated from MSDN Exchange Dev] Node offline - Disaster Recovery Site

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Hi All,

i try rebuild new Exchange 2013 DR site after server is blow-up, and i make some mistake install new exchange DR and not use Recover Server and now im facing this error after join DR server in DAG server.

The operation couldn't be performed because object '*\1NSGOV-DR-EX' couldn't be found on '1NSGOV-AD01.1ns.net'.

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How many DAG members do you have?
Did you remove the old and broken server from DAG and your organization?

Do you mean you install a totally new Exchange server in the DR site? Is the server name in the error information used for your new Exchange server, or it's the name of the broken one?

Please provide more information about your organization, so that we can provide more appropriate suggestions.


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