CCS uses the installed instances of the CCS Manager in a round-robin fashion. This round-robin rotation gives the CCS Manager limited fault tolerance and makes disaster recovery easier. Rather than recovering a failed CCS Manager, you can quickly replace a CCS Manager.
If a CCS Manager fails, you should create and register a new, identically configured CCS Manager. Assign the new CCS Manager to the same roles and sites as the existing failed CCS Manager. CCS begins to use the new CCS Manager immediately. You can then decommission the failed CCS Manager.
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