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redundancy / load balancing on 2 unmanaged dedicated Windows-based servers

We normally host our dedicated servers in an unmanaged data centre, i.e we just purchase the server and we can manage it ourselves via remote desktop connection. We cannot install / configure any ...
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Redundant Load Balancers for Windows-based Web Servers?

I'm having some trouble trying to figure out the technical details of the below design; specifically in the area of the redundant load-balancers. The web servers are running Windows Server 2003 R2 64 ...
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How to Add a Secondary Server, Correctly

Just wondering if a network of approximately 15 users has only 1 Server Running Windows 2003 and wanted to add a "secondary server" so that in the event the "primary" fails for any reason the ...
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Mobile broadband Server backup

We have a windows server. It is attached to a UPS. The internet connection is not plugged into the UPS. If the power goes down in the building the UPS kicks in and emails out saying that the UPS is ...
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is it possible to use a windows server as a datastore for vmware esx server

I'm a relative noob at virtualisation but would like to roll it out in our organisation. The application I'd like to test with needs to be back up pretty quickly after failure... So I'd like to put 2 ...
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SQL Server clustering options

Can anyone give an high-level overview of the options available for SQL Server clustering, their pros and cons? Is it better to use Microsoft Clustering services or SQL Server native clustering? Does ...