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Help needed to recover after complete site failure

Help needed to recover after complete site failure

Help needed to recover after complete site failure

Dear Experts,

We were having a 2 node DAG setup and lost complete site. Now we recovered AD and trying to get back exchange. We installed same OS 2019 and joined AD with same domain name. Now while tring to recover Exchange 2019 with /recoverserver switch, it gives error that server is part of DAG and setup fails. All article we are able to find is only to recover DAG member. Can someone help on how to do complete DAG recovery. What needed to be done? We have full backup of all DBs and want to rebuild DAG/exchange and restore DB. We are ok if this required DAG removal. Just guide us how to best go about it.

Really appreciate your help,
Thanks in advance.

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