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How do I move my MSCS 2008 quorum disk?

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I have a 2 node cluster going and I am still trying to figure some things out. I have 4 disks, #4 is my quorum. I can move my SQL cluster and MSDTC from the cluster management but I have found no where to move the quorum disk.

I would like to keep all my cluster resources on the active node for monitoring purposes. I resolved the issue by rebooting the node that was holding the quorum but would like to know if there is a better way to do this.
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If I'm correct, you should be able to do this via command line.

Check this out:
http://blogs.msdn.com/b/joesack/archive/2009/01/08/windows-server-2008-how-to-move-the-quorum-disk-group.aspx
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Perfect, thank you. Kinda lame that it isn't in the GUI.
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True! ;-)

Greets,

Michael
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