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How to change the cluster owner

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I have a 4 node cluster managed by Microsoft Failover Cluster Manager (version 6.1). When I view the summary of my cluster I see that that current owner is node 4. I want to change the current owner to either node 1, 2 or 3. How do I do this using the Microsoft Failover Cluster Manager?
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you can do this directly via PS / cluster.exe:

PS:
Move-ClusterGroup GroupName -Node newnode

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee461002.aspx

Cluster:

cluster group "cluster group" /move:node-name

Hope that helps.

Mahesh
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