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Automatically running a script when Windows 2008 Enterprise standby server failsover.

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I am running a cluster of Windows 2008 Enterprise Server with one active and one standby server. If the active server is unavailble and the standby server takes over, can I make the failover server automatically run a script when it takes over?

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Hi,

Not sure exactly what your script is trying to accomplish but maybe the Generic Script resource will work for you. This is a standard resource type for Windows clustering.

Creating and Configuring a Generic Script Resource
http://blogs.msdn.com/clustering/archive/2009/09/28/9900574.aspx
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