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Microsoft 2003 R2 Cluster Services and Dynamic Disk Resources

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I'm going to ask a question that I'm pretty sure I know the answer too, but I have an integrator insisting I'm wrong.  So here it goes.

Even with all the latest patches/service packs.  Microsoft  Windows 2003 R2 Cluster Services  natively does or does not support dynamic disks as a disk resource for the cluster?

Thanks in advance for taking the time to respond to this seemingly benign question.

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Dynamic disk configuration unavailable for server cluster disk resources
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/237853
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Thank you, I knew I wasn't going crazy.  I have just been working with linux for the last couple of years so hadn't kept current with the MS Service Pack enhancements.

Chris
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