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Remove unwanted network from windows fail over cluster

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we have one production , one replication networks and one unwanted network on windows fail over cluster manager .

The unwanted network automatically added when creating fail over cluster

how to remove this  unwanted network connections from fail over cluster manager  ????

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Hi,

Although you can't remove it per say as its part of your cluster config. You can tell Failover Cluster Manager not to use that NIC for any comms. For example right click the Cluster Network 3 and select "Do not allow cluster network communication on this network".

For further reading, see here: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc725775.aspx
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can i complete  remove the unwanted network ?????
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No because its part of your cluster network and to be there by design, the network is visible and part of your hosts.
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