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Cluster configuration, the node active passive if not connected via Remote Desktop Connection

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I have a Cluster with Node A, Node B and IP Virtual  for the Cluster.

When I try to connect me via RDP to IP Virtual,  it is connected to the node, but Node active is A.

What do I do for fix this issue? Is normal this behavior??

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Luis Gabriel Mieles
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if it is connecting to node a and node a is active, then that is expected
if you failed it over then connected to the virtual address, you would connect to node b
the virtual ip is hosted where the physical node is active for that resource
it's only virtual; there is no separate operating system for a virtual address
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I've requested that this question be deleted for the following reason:

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i thought i answered the question clearly enough
why delete this?
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