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lohelle

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I was wondering if any of you have tried running Kerio in NLB. I was thinking about running two windows 2003 servers with network load balancing and sharing a common harddrive with ISCSI. Both servers will then access the same store, the same configuration etc.

I think the webmail and sessions will be the main problem. Or will this work? Anyone?
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lohelle wrote on Thu, 25 November 2004 01:22

I was wondering if any of you have tried running Kerio in NLB. I was thinking about running two windows 2003 servers with network load balancing and sharing a common harddrive with ISCSI. Both servers will then access the same store, the same configuration etc.

I think the webmail and sessions will be the main problem. Or will this work? Anyone?


I was under the impression that software would have to have NLB support included in it, to get this all to work. KMS doesn't as far as I know. I could be wrong.

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