ADSelfService Plus utilises automated failover to support high availability in case of system and product failures. Essentially, this means that when the ADSelfService Plus service fails on one machine, another instance of ADSelfService Plus running on another machine automatically takes over.
Before configuring high availability in ADSelfService Plus, make sure that the following conditions are satisfied.
Condition 1: Download and install ADSelfService Plus in two separate machines.
If you already have ADSelfService Plus, update your installation to the latest build, and make sure that you download and install ADSelfService Plus in the second machine as well.
Condition 2: Both the downloaded instances should,
Condition 3: The virtual IP address must lie in the same IP range as that of the primary and standby servers.
Note: A virtual IP address is an unused static IP address.
How to find an unused static IP address?
Important: Once high availability is enabled, you must:
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