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  • Windows Server 2008 clustering is not officially supported within VMware ESX?

    I read that Window sserver 2008 clustering is not officially supported within VMware ESX but that could be change . Any idea if this has been changed ? User submitted questions

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  • Empty the Recent Cluster Events for Windows Server 2008?

    Is there a wat to clear or empty the Recent Cluster Events for Windows Server 2008?

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  • Windows Server 2008 Cluster HELP PLEASE!?

    In a corporate network there is currently a:

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  • Win2008 Clustering DHCP Servers

    Hi I've been asked to cluster two new servers which are identical for the role of our new DHCP. I've found some literature on clustering file servers, but no information on Clustering DHCP servers. Using Win 2008 Enterprise version x64. Any advise would be greatly appreciated. Thanks

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  • File server to Windows Server 2008 cluster

    I am planning on moving my file server to a windows 2008 cluster and wouldlike to know if there are any issues i should expect. . I am going to name the cluster the same as my file server so that I don't have to change any mapping etc. I know I will have to remove the current file server from the...

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  • Configureing DTC in Windows 2008 64 bit clustering with SQL 2008 std 64 bit

    I have read some limited blogs and kb articles about this DTC setup in windows 2008 clustering with SQL 2008. I like to get some clarification about this DTC setup. Our shop doesn't use distributed transactions but we do use transactional replication. So our DTC is mostly used in SQL related...

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