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5th February 2010

How To Build a Windows Cluster with Virtual PC and iSCSI – Part III

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When the Cluster Wizard has completed the installation the progress bar should display green. Click Next to close the wizard.

To validate the cluster installation check that all of the cluster resources have been brought online successfully. You should see the Cluster IP Address, Cluster Name and various disks all showing a state of Online. You can also check the cluster installation log file for any errors or warnings.

Now that the cluster service is up and running you can go ahead and join the second node to the cluster. On Node B launch the Cluster Administrator snap-in and select the Add nodes to cluster option. Select the existing cluster name and click OK

The Add Nodes Wizard will begin. Click Next to continue

On the Select Computers screen ensure that Node B is selected and click Next

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  1. 1 On July 21st, 2010, Thomas said:

    Very good article for how to configure server2003 Cluster!!! Look forward your next article!

  2. 2 On September 7th, 2010, Thomas said:


    I am looking forward your next post “how to install IIS 6.0 in a Windows 2003 cluster.”.


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