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Roger Critz
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I can not seem to locate any documentation on or how to be able to place WVD into HA. IS this feature removed from WVD or am I just missing something?

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There is no documentation out for HA in WVD. The service itself has HA in-built, so you don't have to do anything if there are failures on the service side. But if there are issues in the region where the VMs are built, you can use Azure Site Recovery to build fail-over VMs in a backup region. Windows Virtual Desktop recommends using Azure Site Recovery to manage replication for Azure VMs replicating between Azure regions

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