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Creating a Share on a Windows 2008 R2 File Cluster

Posted on 2011-02-19
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We have a Windows 2008 R2 Cluster and we want to move a Lun right now on it from a Windows 2003 Cluster we do not touch the ntfs settings and a File Server Cluster Application is allready running.

My Question is how can i create the shares with a batch if the LUN is attached to the 2008R2 Cluster.

If found the script here but i dont get it.

We have a two node cluster. The nodes a called Node1 and node 2. We allready have a File Server and the prefered owner is node1 and the name is fileserver1.

We have a lot of shares on the fileserver1 we have created them on the gui.

But how can I create shares with a script if the new LUN is attached.

MD ClusterFS
cluster. res "ClusterFS" /create /group:"Datenträgergruppe 1" /type:"Dateifreigabe"
cluster . res "ClusterFS" /priv path="X:\ClusterFS"
cluster . res "ClusterFS" /priv Sharename=ClusFileShare
cluster . res "ClusterFS" /priv Remark="Dies ist eine Dateifreigabe"
cluster . res "ClusterFS" /prop Description="Dies ist eine Clusterfreigabe"
cluster . res "ClusterFS" /priv security=Domäne\Benutzer,grant,c:security
cluster . res "ClusterFS" /priv ShareSubDirs=1
cluster . res "ClusterFS" /AddDep:"Datenträger X:"
cluster . res "ClusterFS" /AddDep:"Netzwerkname"
cluster . res "ClusterFS" /On
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If the 2003 cluster is still operational one needs to use cluster.exe to obtain the group, resource and depenancy information to create the script (batch).

You may have already seen this doc:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/284838
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