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Rebuilt Windows 2000 SQL Server 2000 SP4 Cluster Node

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Does the rebuilt node have to be added back to the cluster before SQL Server can be installed on it?

Also from technet the steps for adding a node to a SQL Server cluster includes using a domain administrator account.  http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc917693.aspx    Is there a way around this as i will not be able to get domain admin access.
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Yes the node has to be part of the cluster before SQL is clustered.

Should only need an admin account either cluster, user or the SQL server "service" account to install that is local admin on the cluster nodes.

Not sure where the domain access requirement is ,
"At least one account must be created that will administer the SQL Server as well as the SQL Server Agent. This can be two separate accounts, and does NOT need to be a domain administrator, but a valid domain account. If desired, it can be the same as the account listed in the prior bullet point, but it is helpful to keep the accounts separate."
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