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Can cisco CSS start a windows service if it detects another has failed?

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We have MS SQL2000 installed on two machines that are being hardare load balanced and we want set them up as active/failover without installing windows clustering. Is it possible to configure cisco CSS hardware load balancer to start a windows service (SQLServer) on one machine if it detects the same service on another machine has failed?
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Hi,

Here is a link to Cisco site with explanation about how to configure CSS for failover situation:
http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/contnetw/ps789/products_configuration_example09186a0080093de8.shtml

Enjoy.
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Not exactly what I wanted since I only wanted the sql server to be setup as failover, not the whole machine. From more research I now know its not possible to do what I wanted.

Thanks anyway.
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