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    Dear all,

    To do a Two-Node Print Server Failover Cluster, The following steps needed to be completed.

    Step 1: Connect the cluster servers to the networks and storage
    Step 2: Install the failover cluster feature
    Step 3: Validate the cluster configuration
    Step 4: Create the cluster

    The one thing that I haven't understood is, before following the above steps, do I have to add the PRINT SERVER ROLE on both servers first??????

    Many Thanks,

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    Re: Failover Cluster

    Moved to Misc forum -- please tell us which server OS is involved and I will move it to the correct forum
    Tom Jones
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      Re: Failover Cluster

      Originally posted by Ossian View Post
      Moved to Misc forum -- please tell us which server OS is involved and I will move it to the correct forum
      Its Windows Server 2008 Enterprise edition.

      Thanks again!

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        Re: Failover Cluster

        Moved to correct forum
        Tom Jones
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        Ossian Ltd
        Scotland

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          Re: Failover Cluster

          http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/l...=ws.10%29.aspx
          Marcel
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