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Moving a 2003 cluster Quorum disk

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never done this before, and this is a production (important) server that cant die...

im going to be moving the Quorum drom one SAN to another, i already created the LUN on the SAN and tied it to the servers.  the cluster running is a active passive cluser of 2 servers, the servers are running a SQL DB.
got this document from google search: http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;280353 is moving a quorum really that easy? will there be down time? what is something goes wrong and what are comon things to go wrong? and how to fix or fall back to a working system? also that MS link if for a 2000 server, this is a 2003 server, does fixquorum still work?

anyone out there got some hints/advice/sugestions?

thank you
steven