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windows 2008 cluster in a workgroup - is it possible?

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hi

I have a cluster I want to put in DMZ
Is it possible to let them in WORKGROUP ?  Not clear it is possible to set up without  nodes being in a domain ?

Regards

Roger


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A cluster outside of a domain is not supported because you need a user that able to communicate over 3 workstations.

http://articles.techrepublic.com.com/5100-10878_11-1061201.html
although article is old, but the concept is still the same, no domain, no cluster.
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