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How to set up Windows Streaming Media Services 9 on a Windows 2003 Server NLB Cluster?

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Hello Folks,

Q1: Is it possible to set up Windows Streaming Media Services 9 on a Windows 2003 Server NLB Cluster?
Q2: If Q1 is possible does anyone have a document, How to set up this configuration?

I've search throw the Internet but I can't find the right information.

Grtz,

Roger from The Netherlands
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A1: Yes.

A2: http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;248986 (How to Set Up Windows Media Services with Windows Load Balance)

Let me know if this helps....  :-)

Dave Dietz
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Dave,

This article doesn't tell me how to install the streaming service on a NLB cluster.

Install so far...
I've a working NLB cluster(2 nodes). I installed Windows Streaming Media Service 9 on both Windows 2003 Server NLB Nodes.
When I create a new Publishing Point I've to do this 2 times, on both nodes. I want to create a new publish point only ones.

Is this possible???
Have anyone a document???

Gr.
ROger
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You will have to create it on both servers.  As far as I know there is no way to replicate WMS settings between servers.

Dave Dietz
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I answered the questions the asker posted and there is no indication there is a problem with the answers given.

If there is something missing or wrong I will be happy tocontinue - otherwise I don't understand what is wrong with the answer.

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