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  • Blog Post: Working with Private Properties using Cluster WMI

    Hi Cluster Fans, In the forums we have noticed several people have question about how to manipulate a Cluster Object’s private properties using WMI. To work with private properties it’s important to understand how private properties work. Private properties of any cluster object are...
  • Blog Post: PowerShell for Failover Clustering: Changing Values of a Cluster Object

    Hi, This post will discuss changing values of cluster objects using PowerShell in Windows Server 2008 R2. For resources and other components in a cluster, every cluster object has properties (common property). Parameters (private properties) are optional and a cluster object may or may not have...
  • Blog Post: PowerShell for Failover Clustering: Frequently Asked Questions & Enabling CSV

    Hi, Today I’m going to talk a little more about PowerShell by answering some of the frequently asked questions I hear. 1) Why is PowerShell better? 2) How do I get started using PowerShell? 3) Where are the properties? 4) Where are the private properties? 5) How do I enable CSV?...
  • Blog Post: PowerShell for Failover Clustering: Getting Started

    Hi Cluster Fans, Amongst the long list of features that is being added in Windows Server R2, Clustering team is also providing a set of PowerShell cmdlets (“command-lets”) to manage your Failover Cluster. Hopefully this is not news for most cluster administrators as we have publishing information...
  • Blog Post: Adding Disk to Cluster

    Windows Cluster 2008 provides multiple ways of adding a disk to an existing cluster. This article will walk you through all the available choices. Some Fundamentals: Windows Server 2008 Failover Clustering (WSFC) supports both GPT and MBR disks. There now exists a core resource group called “Available...
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