Last year, I started writing an article that was supposed to be a series for Installing, Configuring and Managing Windows Server Failover Cluster using Windows PowerShell. The first of the series came out on July 2013 (which ended up being the last article I wrote for the year 2013 on MSSQLTips.com.) Since then, I’ve been involved with more projects on SharePoint and business intelligence (BI) integration that I barely had a chance to work with the SQL Server database engine on a regular basis. But since part 1 of the series is already out there, I figured it’s worth the time and effort to finish it up. So, here it is – the complete series on Installing, Configuring and Managing Windows Server Failover Cluster using Windows PowerShell.
- Part 1 – from installing the feature to creating the Windows Server Failover Cluster
- Part 2 – retrieving and changing cluster object properties and adding clustered disks
- Part 3 – managing permissions, changing parameter values, moving clustered resources and dependencies
- Part 4 – common cluster troubleshooting tasks