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Learn how Dynamic Quorum Works in Exchange 2013 (it improves HA)

Learn how Dynamic Quorum Works in Exchange 2013 (it improves HA)

Sukumar Durairaj, Premier Field Engineer (Microsoft)

Speaker Bio:
Sukumar is a Premier Field Engineer with Microsoft specializing in Microsoft Exchange. He provides proactive and reactive advisory services to customers in the NY/NJ region.  He has 14 years of messaging experience spanning various industries.  He provides strategic and tactical messaging solutions in the areas of capacity planning, disaster recovery, high availability and migrations.  His interests include sports, technology, coffee and movies.


Doors Open 6pm, dinner arrives, presentation starts at 6:30 PM.

Please visit the official NYExUG website posting for full meeting details such as Speaker BIO's, Product details, and more.

You can reserve your seat via the official NYExUG website's meeting ( or meetup if you show/email your FULL NAME by 5pm on Monday before meeting. Free, Open to Public, and includes dinner.



6pm - dinner arrives
6:30pm - presentation
8:30-9pm - raffle items (Microsoft Xbox thanks to BinaryTree, Microsoft software, cool hardware items)

Doors Open 6pm (food arrives)
Meeting is from 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM

Location (NOTE: new address)
Microsoft Corporation
11 Times Square
Between 47th & 48th on Broadway
New York, NY 10036

Folks attending will be able to win a various raffle items including Microsoft software. Free food, and open to all simply by RSVPing.

The meetings occur every 2nd Tuesday of every Month.

At our monthly meetings we have 1 or 2 main presentations covering various topics and discuss troubleshooting problems, adding new features and functionality, reviewing new products, and meeting/networking with other IT people (Exchange Admins, SysAdmins, IT Manager, IT Help Desk Support, CTOs, etc). Great way to learn about Microsoft Exchange Server in small, medium, and enterprise environments.

You can view past presentations on our website:

Past topics include: in-depth look at Microsoft's Redmond Dog-Food lab, live software replication demonstration, live hardware replication demonstration, Multi-site deployment recommendations, Configuring your firewall for Exchange 2003 and SP2 Changes (for the firewall), Moving your Exchange Server to a new Internet Connection, Groove, Exchange 2007, SAN Storage Solutions, Exchange Scaling Up, Server-side anti-spam solutions, Disaster Recovery, Outlook Direct Booking, Troubleshooting Exchange, Intro to Exchange and DNS, etc.

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  • A former member
    A former member

    Seriously, no Web Session. Disappointing!

    April 8, 2014

    • A former member
      A former member

      I don't agree that online session don't help at all. If that would have been the case there wouldn't be any online session in past from other groups. I made a mistake by commenting here... Getting out of this place.

      April 8, 2014

    • Mohammad C.

      BTW, Gulab, what are you doing in NY Exchange User Group if you don't even reside in NY? Unless, you travel to NY and stay for long extended months, it is futile to join this group. Memebers can answer questions or give you advice via email but as Mr. Nigam has mentioned, you are best served to join your local IT Meetup Group in India. Best of luck!

      April 8, 2014

  • christopher

    Is it available as a web session?

    March 13, 2014

    • Mohammad C.

      Amen to must show up in person. It is the only way to learn and exchange your concerns with other consultants and IT admins.

      April 8, 2014

    • A former member
      A former member

      Are you kidding me. Being present in person is only way to learn. Seriously. Admission to the group should be private not public and only after verifying the request.

      April 8, 2014

  • Ron B.

    11 Times Square is at NE corner of 41st St & 8th Ave

    April 8, 2014

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