This White paper elaborates the procedure to install a spare Cisco Unity Connection server at a remote or disaster recovery location without populating the database on the server. Use the Disaster Recovery System to back up Connection data on the currently active server, and store the backups at the remote or disaster recovery location. In the event of a disaster, restore the backup to the warm-standby Connection server at the remote or disaster recovery location and activate that server. You can use a warm-standby server as a temporary replacement either for a single server or for an entire Connection cluster. If you have a warm-standby server as a backup to a Connection cluster, activate the warm-standby server only when both servers in the cluster are unavailable.
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