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I wish the setup a cluster of servers in the beginning with 2 nodes and one centralized storage device (NAS or SAN). I need a flexible solution where I can add additional nodes in the future (and possibly additional storage).

If I setup a cluster on Windows Servers 2003, when I add in a web site in IIS, do I have to add in the settings on both (all) the nodes individually. Or does the software replicate the settings to the other machines? If I do have to enter the setting in seperately on each of the machines, this would become a management nightmare (especially when I have like 8 nodes), does anyone know how I can avoid having to do this?

Thanks in advance.
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