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ITDVDS.COMCreating, Managing, and Troubleshooting a Windows Server 2012 R2 Failover Cluster

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Introduction and Clustering Concepts
Introduction
How a Failover Cluster Works and Cluster Concepts
Windows Server 2012 R2 Cluster System Requirements and Limitations
Warning About Using Less Expensive Hardware

Building a Simple Windows Server 2012 R2 Failover Cluster
Windows Server 2012 R2 Simple Failover Cluster Diagram
Configuring the Public Network
Install Windows Updates and Install the Failover Cluster Feature on Node A and Node B
Configuring the Private Network
Configuring the iSCSI Network
Configure NIC Binding Order
Enable iSCSI Initiator on Nodes
Create LUNs on iSCSI SAN Example
Configure iSCSI Target Settings
Connect Node A to iSCSI LUNs and Create Volumes
Connect Node B to iSCSI LUNs
Validate the Cluster
Create the Failover Cluster
Configure Drive Letters on Clustered Storage
Configure Cluster Networks
Understanding the Witness Disk and Quorum and Configuring the Quorum Mode

Creating a Clustered Service or Application
Installing the File Server Role
Create the File Server Clustered Service
Creating Clustered Shared Folders
Testing Clustered File Server Failover

Building a Windows Server 2012 R2 Failover Cluster Using NIC Teaming and Multipath I/O
Understanding NIC Teaming
Understanding Multipath I/O
Windows Server 2012 R2 Failover Cluster with NIC Teaming and Multipath I/O Diagram
Configuring a Windows Server 2012 R2 iSCSI SAN Example
Installing the Failover Cluster Feature on Node A and Node B
Configuring Teaming on the Public Network on Node A and Node B
Verify Teaming Load Balancing and Failover
Configuring IP Addresses for Cluster Heartbeat NICs
Configuring IP Addresses for iSCSI NICs on Node A and Node B
Install and Configure Multipath I/O for iSCSI on Node A and Node B
Create iSCSI LUNs for Shared Storage Example
Connect Node A to iSCSI LUNs and Configure Multipath I/O
Create Volumes on iSCSI LUNs
Verify Multipath I/O Load Balancing and Failover
Connect Node B to iSCSI LUNs and Configure Multipath I/O
Configure NIC Binding Order
Validate the Cluster
Create the Failover Cluster
Configure Drive Letters on Clustered Storage
Configure Cluster Networks
Adding a Clustered Role

Managing a Failover Cluster
Moving a Role to Another Node
Taking a Role Offline
Pausing or Resuming a Node in the Cluster
Stopping and Starting the Cluster Service
Stopping and Starting the Whole Cluster
Setting the Preferred Owners and Configuring Failback
Viewing a Dependency Report
Configuring Disk Resource Failure Settings
Configuring Nodes that can Own a Disk
Adding Clustered Storage
Removing Clustered Storage
BitLocker Encrypt a Clustered Disk or a Cluster Shared Volume
Configuring Clustered Scheduled Tasks
Viewing Cluster Validation Report

Cluster Aware Updating
What is Cluster Aware Updating
Viewing Available Updates for Cluster Nodes
Configure Self Updating Options and Schedule Updates
Applying Updates Using Cluster Aware Updating
Creating an Updating Run Profile
Generate Report on Past Cluster Aware Updating
Analyze Cluster Updating Readiness

Modifying a Failover Cluster
Add a Node to an Active Cluster Part 1
Add a Node to an Active Cluster Part 2
Add a Node to an Active Cluster Part 3
Remove a Node from the Cluster
Destroy a Cluster

Building Scale-Out File Servers
Scale-Out File Server Example and Diagram
Adding the File Server Role to the Cluster
Configuring Cluster Shared Volumes
Adding the Clustered Scale-Out File Server Role
Creating a Share on a Scale-Out File Server
Configuring CSV Block Cache

Guest Clustering with a Shared VHDX Virtual Disk on a Scale-Out File Server
Clustering Shared Virtual Disk on a Scale-Out File Server Diagram
Creating the Share on a Scale-Out File Server
Install Failover Cluster Feature on Virtual Node A and Virtual Node B
Create the Shared Virtual Hard Disk on Virtual Node A
Connect to the Shared Virtual Hard Disk on Virtual Node B
Create Volume on Shared Virtual Disk
Create the Guest Cluster
Adding Another Shared Virtual Hard Disk
Changing the Drive Letter of Clustered Virtual Disk
Adding a Clustered Role

Guest Clustering with a Shared VHDX on a Cluster Shared Volume (CSV)
Clustering a Shared VHDX on a Cluster Shared Volume (CSV) Diagram
Create Shared VHDX Virtual Disk on a Cluster Shared Volume
Create Volume on Shared Virtual Disk
Add Shared Virtual Disk Storage to the Cluster
Moving Virtual Cluster Nodes to Different Hosts

Clustering Windows Server 2012 R2 Core with PowerShell
Options for Clustering Core
Launching the PowerShell Prompt in Server Core and Finding Cmdlets
Naming the NICs
Configuring the Public Network
Join Nodes to the Domain
Install the Failover Cluster Feature on Node A and Node B
Install Clustering Powershell Module
Configuring the Private Network
Configuring the iSCSI Network on Node A
Configuring the iSCSI Network on Node B
Enable iSCSI Initiator on Nodes
Create LUNs on iSCSI SAN Example
Connect Node A to iSCSI LUNs and Create Volumes
Connect Node B to iSCSI LUNs
Configure iSCSI Connection to be Persistent
Validate the Cluster
Create the Failover Cluster
Connecting to the Cluster Remotely

Managing a Cluster With PowerShell
Show All Cmdlets in Cluster Module
Configure Drive Letters on Clustered Storage
Add a Clustered Role
Move a Clustered Role to Another Node
Pause a Node
Add Storage to the Cluster
Add Storage to a Clustered Role
Add a Clustered Shared Volume

TroubleShooting a Windows Server 2012 R2 Cluster
Troubleshooting a Resource Failure
Event Viewer and Events in Failover Cluster Management and Diagnostic Logging
Validating an Active Cluster
Cluster Logs
Troubleshooting Permissions
Performance Counters
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