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Microsoft® Windows Server™ 2003 Inside Out by William R. Stanek

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Managing Server Clusters and Their Resources

After you create the cluster, you can specify the resources that you want to be highly available and configure the policies that you want to follow to administer those resources. You can, for example, specify how resources fail over and fail back as well as which nodes are the primary owners of resources.

Creating Clustered Resources

Once you create a cluster, you can specify the resources that you want to be highly available. Each primary resource, such as a file share or print spooler, has a group of resources that it depends on. These resources should all be placed in the same group to allow seamless failover from one node in the cluster to another. Although you could place the resources in the main ...

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