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Recreate sql cluster virtual computer object

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We need to test to see if renaming our virtual cluster names would work for migration, it did but the problem we are having is we turned off one of the cluster to use as a test instead of just using another name.  We deleteed the computer objects and DNS entries for it and now we are trying to restart it but it keeps saying ti cannot find the computer object associated with the virtual name.  we readded to AD but it still will not find it.  Any one have some ideas on how to recreate this object.
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Does the cluster object have full control over the SQL object in AD?
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we added the virtual computer object back in as per a technet articel that says how to do it before you bring up a cluster but when we go back in it keeps telling us that the object does not exist.
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had to get Microsfot involved in this, basically because we deleted the virtual cluster object we disconnected the sql server and AD and the guid's that reside in each.  Rebuild cluster, even Microsft has no resolution for this, or so they say.
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Thanks for the help
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