HighAvailability Class

  • ID:  Microsoft.Windows.RemoteAccess.2012.Class.HighAvailability
  • Description:  This class represents Network Load Balancing
  • Class Hierarchy: 
    Entity
    Logical Entity
    Application Component
    Windows Application Component
    HighAvailability

  • Attributes:  Public, Hosted
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Services required for remote access servers to work as expected in the cluster are not running. Remote clients will not be able to connect to the internal network via this server. Services required for remoteaccess to work as expected in the cluster are not running. Remote clients will not be able to connect to the internal network via this server. The cluster state on this server is stopped, suspended, draining or converging. An unknown error occured with NLB This class represents Network Load Balancing DirectAccessServer

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Properties

Display Name Description
Display Name Display name of monitoring object.

Discovered By

Name Description
RemoteAccessServerPSDiscovery  

Relations

Health Source
NameClassType
Entity Watched By Perspective Entity Reference

Health Target
NameClassType
DirectAccessServer.Hosts.HighAvailability HighAvailability Hosting

Class Knowledgebase

Summary

One of the most important enhancements in DirectAccess is a fully high available direct access solution. In Windows Server 2012, Direct Access has  built-in Windows Network Load Balancing support to achieve high availability and scalability. And this configuration can be configured within new deployment wizard interface with a couple of clicks.

This class represents the loadbalancing support in DirectAccess and is discovered only when NLB is enabled..

External References
This class does not contain any external references.

See Also for Windows Routing and Remote Access Service (RRAS) Management Pack


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