Cannot create a volume mount point Server 2008

I'm following KB 947021 attempting to add two volumes to an existing Volume Mount Point. When I click Finish at step 4i I get a "Parameter is incorrect" popup error. There is nothing in the App log.

I've deleted re-added the LUN, same error. I already have several volumes inside this mount point, I'm simply trying to add two more.

Thanks in advance
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zeshanazizSystem AdministratorCommented:
ASGsupportAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the response, but that link leads to an article that is pretty much a rehash of everything I've tried so far. The second post of that link is cut and paste from the KB. The third post is not something I've tried but when I click Add a disk an error pops up stating No disks suitable for cluster disks were found (of course not, I haven't been able to add it yet). The last post comes from another article I have already come across.

So, this is for another Exchange database, I want to add another database to my Exchange server. I already have 10 volumes on my server, all added like 947021 details, no problem. This will be my 11th database on the server.

ASGsupportAuthor Commented:
Ok, I fixed it. Problem is, I'm used to 2003 clustering where disks intended for clusters could only be presented to one node at a time. In 2008 clustering, all nodes of the cluster must have the disk presented. I added the disks to both nodes, then I went to the Failover Cluster Manager, clicked on Storage, and the disks were now available when I clicked Add Disk. I added the disks to the correct cluster resource and then, from the active node, I was able to perform the steps in the KB.


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