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Need best practices for building a Microsoft SQL 2005 failover cluster.

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I plan to build a 2 node MS SQL Server 2005 failover cluster on 2 HP Blade servers running Windows Server 2003 Enterprise 64-bit. I need some recommendations on configuration from your experience or a best practice checklist.
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This document from Microsoft was a godsend when I was doing exactly the same....

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=818234dc-a17b-4f09-b282-c6830fead499&displaylang=en
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This document should help.Thank you.
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