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Do I add my drives to the Windows Server 2008 R2 server before I create my cluster configuration?
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Generally, but you can also add drives to an existing cluster.
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If you mean with "drives" that the disks you will use with the clustered notes Yes you should connect your drivers to the servers also the quorum disk before running the cluster configuration wizard or you will fail to pass the tests.
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