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Configuration of a two node cluster using 2003 enterprise server

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Regarding the configuration of clustering using 2003 enterprise server,

Is it possible to use a NAS (attached to the server \ node which may consist of a USB or SATA drives to build the cluster in the NAS or, is it necessary to have SCSI NAS devices.  This is for a two node cluster with a RAID 5.

 I am trying to build an inexpensive cluster without the use of a SAN or SCSI devices which can be costly.
Any recommendations on step by step instructions on building an active passive DHCP or a SQL cluster from start to finish!  
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