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Changing VLAN / IP Addresses of Exchange 2003 Cluster

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Morning,

We are currently running Exchange 2003 on a two node cluster connected to an EMC CX500 for disk space.
We're currently changing all our VLANS / IP Addresses and the below link describes how i am going to change the Exchange IP addresses.
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa997813(EXCHG.65).aspx
The link describes exactly what i need to do, but i'm running into a problem with item 1d ' Right click all resource groups and take them offline '.
When i do this i get the following message : The cluster resource could not be deleted or brought offline because it is the Quorum resource.
How do i get around this ?

Thanks,
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the trick here is to add second Quorum Disk.
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