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Why do disaster recovery (DR) exercises fail? Is it a lack of planning or testing? Both of these would cause an exercise to fail, but is this really a failure? If a DR team member learns something from the exercise, or if the documentation is updated with new knowledge, then it could be debated that the exercise was a success. However, if the data is restored successfully, the exercise has an even greater chance at being an epic failure. During a DR exercise at a remote third-party facility, I took an opportunity to do some basic troubleshooting on a firewall…

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