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Network Cluster service will not start

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I'm building a new SQL 2005 cluster and in some way after adjusting some resources I can not start the networkname cluster resource what makes it impossible to connect to it.

Is there a way to start the cluster services so I can connect to the cluster with Cluster Administrator again?

I don't get any errors in the System logs and the SQL 2005 resources still failover when a server reboots. The only problem is that I can't connect to the cluster.
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Logon to one of the cluster nodes. Start Cluster Administrator, wait until the timeout has expired, then choose "Connect to", and enter a single ".". This will connect to the local cluster node and allow you to check the state of the Cluster group resource.
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That worked perfectly. Thanx
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