Windows Server 2008 Cluster HELP PLEASE!?

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Cluster computing
Dell servers
Windows Server 2008
Windows Server 2008 Clustering
Windows Server clustering
In a corporate network there is currently a:

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Dell Servers 2008

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you can use acronis or symantec backup exec to image your servers

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  • CMScentral
    In a corporate network there is currently a: • Server 2008 R2 Standard • Single Server 4 GB Ram & Intel Xeon 3.0 & 500GB Hard Drive We want to upgrade to: • Windows Server 2008 Enterprise R2 • Clustered (2) Servers o Dell Server t310 16 GB Ram & 1 TB Raid 5 & Intel Xeon 2.65 My goal is to setup the new server by using imaging: Steps: 1. Upgrade Current Server to Server 2008 R2 Enterprise 2. Image Current Server (I need Help WHICH IMGAING SOFTWARE)? 3. Load Image on 2 New Servers 4. Setup Windows Clustering Is this a reasonable and doable solution? Please advice! Thanks!
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  • CMScentral
    But Can it be Resotred on any hardware?
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  • jinteik
    Hi I am not sure if it is correct, but If lets say your server is Dell to IBM, then you might need to prepare some other drivers like LAN and Graphics...
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