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How can I get notified when the cluster fails over to the failover server?

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Environment:  Windows Server 2003 / Clustered with 2 Servers.

I'd like to get notified when the cluster fails over?  Is this possible?
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can't you monitor the event logs and set an alert ?


I hope this helps !
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Thanks for the help, this will work.
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