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How To Add an additional SQL Cluster Group on an existing SQL 2008 R2 Cluster in Windows 2008 Server

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I have a SQL 2008 R2 Cluster Failover setup for 2 physical nodes running windows 2008 Server.  I have sucessfully setup the MSDTC and SQL Resources (Analysis services, SQL Server, SQL Server Agent and Full Text resources on it with 3 physical drives.  All of this setup in a Virtual environment using Hyper-V using a simulated image iScsi Drives from Starwind software.  I like to add another cluster group to this cluster with the following:
SQL Network Name, IP, 3 more Drives and the same SQL Resources above.  Can I Add these resources in the cluster manager?
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Yes you add this in cluster manager. Configure a service or Application. You don't have to configure the DTC again just install the new cluster instance.
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