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Exchange 2007 cluster issue

Hi,
  We are having exchange 2007 sp2 with windows 2003.CCR  is configured for mailbox.
User name and password is prompting again and agian and checked it and found that clusted is not up and running.Automatically cluster service is getting down . after started the cluster services, it was working fine.

Kindly let us know how to fix the issue.

Regards,

Shan

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pkshanAuthor Commented:
I  am getting these event ID : 40960 and source is CLUSSVC
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Vipin VasudevanCommented:
One answere given @ event id;; not sure whether relevent... please have a try

This event came up on a 2003 Enterprise Terminal Server but it took a few weeks of operation before the login issue to come up. Users logging in onto the domain via RDP could not be authenticated, not even the domain administrator. Logging in as the local administrator did work. The server had two network cards: a 1000mbps connection with the "private" IP, NetBIOS, gateway and DNS set, and a 100mbps connection with the network load balancing cluster option configured, with no DNS, NetBIOS or gateway set. After changing the order of the LAN interfaces in Network Connections -> Advanced -> Advanced connections, the problem went away. As it turned out, the connection with the NetBIOS enabled must be on top. On a side note, enabling NetBIOS on both interfaces will give other kerberos issues (been there), so just change the order and be done with it. In my case it took a minute or so for all problems to vanish.
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Vipin VasudevanCommented:
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pkshanAuthor Commented:
got the solution
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pkshanAuthor Commented:
got the solutiuon
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