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How can I create a local quorum in Windows Server 2008?

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I know you can create a local quorum in 2003 so I want to try to do this in 2008.  I created a share on a basic disk like it wants but it doesnt seem to see it.  Can anyone help?
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See the section towards the bottom entitled: "OPTIONAL: Configuring your cluster quorum"

http://www.mssqltips.com/tip.asp?tip=1698
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