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Problem with adding Cluster Nodes in windows server 2008

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I'm trying to create cluster in windows server 2008 and get this error.

I successfully install failover cluster in two servers (nodes) but i can add second node to the cluster.

got the following error.

"Found duplicate IP address fe80::100:7f:fffe%11 on node CLUSTER01.mydomain.com adapter Local Area Connection* 8 and node CLUSTER02.mydomain.com adapter Local Area Connection* 8."

I used this the following advice from the following link

http://blogs.msdn.com/b/clustering/archive/2008/07/26/8773796.aspx

Still having the same issue, I thought that will solve the problem.

error

Found duplicate IP address fe80::100:7f:fffe%11 on node CLUSTER01.mydomainname.com adapter Local Area Connection* 8 and node CLUSTER02.mydomainname.com adapter Local Area Connection* 8.
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by:richardjgreen
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If you are not using IPv6 on the network then I would try disabling it on all of the nodes in the cluster.
Following the steps in this Microsoft KB you can disable IPv6 via the registry.
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/929852

Once disabled you will need to restart the machines for it to take effect.

Thanks
Richard
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