Cluster service terminates

I have recieved the following error in the event log for the servers belong to DAG.

1006      Cluster service was halted due to incomplete connectivity with other cluster nodes.

7024      The Cluster Service terminated with service-specific error A quorum of cluster nodes was not present to form a cluster
7031      The Cluster Service service terminated unexpectedly.  It has done this 1 time(s).  The following corrective action will be taken in 60000 milliseconds: Restart the service.

1069      Cluster resource 'Cluster IP Address' in clustered service or application 'Cluster Group' failed.

and intended to Disable TCP chimney offload especially to attend the 7024 event as per below article.

Can you please advice whats else I can do to resolve the issue, cause it has been happening not that much frequently but sometimes in a month.  I am using exchange 2010 in VM
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Please turn off power management for NIC if it is turned on.

Right click on the NIC and select Properties.
Click on Configure button
In the Properties window, select the Power Management tab and uncheck "Allow the computer to turn off this deice to save power"
Click Ok to apply the settings.
ipsec600Author Commented:
Hi SreRaj,
Thank you for your reply, You are advising that turn off power management for NIC should stopped the issue to reproduce, and I will surely check that. Can you please provide me more insight to disable on TCP chimney, whether it would be appropriate to disable it to attend the issue as well.
TCP Chimney Offload is a networking technology that helps transfer the workload from the CPU to a network adapter during network data transfer. The NIC adapter should be supporting this feature. Turning off TCP Chimney Offload may not increase the load on the server if the server is not transferring GBs of data over the network.

Please refer the following article for more information on disabling TCP Chimeny Offload.

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