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UD Discovery for AlwaysOn Availability Groups (MS SQL Server)

Quick question for the group.   Does UD discover AlwaysOn Availability Groups (MS SQL Server)?

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Re: UD Discovery for AlwaysOn Availability Groups (MS SQL Server)


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Re: UD Discovery for AlwaysOn Availability Groups (MS SQL Server)

Thanks for the response.  My question is actually more aligned to the capability associated to UD (to identify Always on Availability Groups) vs the support as part of the hosted architecture of the application.  Can provide some feedback here? 

 

I appreciate your help!

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