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Adding a SQL 2005 to a cluster

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Hi,

I had to evict a server from a windows 2003 cluster and rebuild the server. Now I have rebuilt the server and added that node back into the windows 2003 cluster, I now need to install SQL 2005 back on that server.

I'm ensure which process to follow to add the SQL 2005 to the existing cluster?

Any help

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I found the issue to my problem.

There was a version of SQL server on the node not clustered that was conflicting. Once I removed and tried again it was fine.
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