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I'm trying to configure the first node in a windows 2003 64bit enterprise cluster.

I've built a server, installed the prerequisits:
DTC
2 NICS - Configured (Public 10.95.1.66, 255.255.0.0 Private: 10.0.1.3, 255.255.255.0)
20GB shared storage (1 x 1GB Partition and 1 x 19 GB partition)

When I run the configuration to create a new cluster all the validation passes but when it tries to create / start the clustering service it fails.

Any ideas?

Ben
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Any event ID's in the system log?

Does the install complete?

Try a minimal install, advanced button around select the node or quorum.
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I've completed a fresh installed rather than play with the current one and the cluster services has installed successfully.
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