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Does anyone have a MS 2003 cluster "failover" script?

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You're not quite clear about what you need; I'm assuming a script to move a resource group to another node?
cluster.exe group <GroupName> /move
will move the group GroupName (enclose in quotes if the name contains a space) to another node of the cluster (according to the group's failover priority).
In a cluster with more than 2 nodes, you can move a group to a certain node with the moveto command:
cluster.exe group <GroupName> /moveto:<NodeName>
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Thank you!  I wasn't sure of the exact terminology but your post answered that for me.
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