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File Server Cluster for W2K3

Need to  know how to set up a File Server Cluster with two nodes using Windows Server 2003.
I would like a link that explains all the steps and the sequence of these steps in a clear manner, and I do not want a Microsoft Link.
Thanks
Cliff
Windows Server 2003

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8/22/2022 - Mon
santhoshu

Are you trying to create a cluster using Virtual Machines.  If yes, what software are you using?
Virtual Machine from MS or VMWare Server?
65td

Are you creating a MSCS cluster?
Are you using Enterprise OS?
Do you have external shared storage?
More than one network card?
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cliffordgormley

YES to all of the questions below:
Are you creating a MSCS cluster?
Are you using Enterprise OS?
Do you have external shared storage?
More than one network card
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santhoshu

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santhoshu
Your link is for a SQL cluster.  I need a File Server cluster.  Thanks.
santhoshu

I think step by step instructions for setting up  a MS Cluster is available only from microsoft.
As you clearly mentioned in your update saying u do not want ao MS Article, I am not sending you them.

If you need step by step article from MS, let me know.  I will send you few links.
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