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Clustered Shared Drives Disappearing

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Hi All,

I am not sure whether this question should be posted here or somewhere else.

I have two Windows 2000 Adv. Server Servers, running SP4.  We are trying to load Cluster Services onto the Servers and attached shared storage.  The shared storage is on a Compaq Smart Arry with four volumes.

Before I load cluster services, everything is fine.  I can see all the drives in Disk Management, I can see them in My Computer; everything is fine on both machines.

I load the cluster services on Node A, no problem installs just fine, starts up just fine, I create the Cluster Groups I need, set the resources I need, everything is still fine.  I load Cluster Services on Node B, everything is good, joins the cluster fine.

Problem is that Node B can't see the shared drives anymore.  Also if I reboot Node A, neither of the boxes can see the shared drives anymore.  I believe this has something to do with Compaq drive array being a "single use" drive array.  Any ideas, thoughts, suggestions?

Skal!
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