Tool to compare Microsoft clustering

Please assist to suggest any tool which can be used to compare Microsoft cluster 2003 to check if there is any discrepancies between nodes cluster configuration.

I have cluster : Microsoft, Cluster Administrator   Version 5.2
I know it is Windows 2003 but I need to run this for few months only.
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Toni UranjekConsultant/TrainerCommented:
Microsoft Cluster Configuration Validation Wizard (ClusPrep)

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Ryan McCauleyEnterprise Analytics ManagerCommented:
The Cluster Validation Wizard is definitely the way to go - it will check pretty much everything (network config, cluster config, resource availability, disk ownership, arbitration, patches applies, and a whole lot else) and it's the most surefire way to verify that things match.

It doesn't cover everything, though, so you should take some time to verify the functionality of the cluster by hand. Does it act the same way when the resources are failed to each separate node? Is it still accessible to users? Does it perform properly on each node? Confirming that each node acts the same is the only way to be sure that the cluster functionality will work properly when there's a failure and you need it - don't wait until it fails to find out it's not set up to bring things back online!
GodMotherAuthor Commented:
Actually this was a old cluster windows 2000. Anyway the server is not under support now.
But the solution given above are for later windows 2008 servers and can be used to analyze the cluster.
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