Windows 2016
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Install Windows Server Failover Clustering (WSFC)
2017/12/27
 
Install Windows Server HA (High Availability), Windows Server Failover Clustering (WSFC).
It needs more than 2 Nodes to configure WSFC and also they are in Active Directory Domain.
Furthermore, they need more than 2 shared storages, for Data and for Quorum.
Considering the above, this example is based on the environment like follows.
                                   |
+----------------------+           |           +----------------------+
|  [      AD DS     ]  |10.0.0.100 | 10.0.0.110|  [  iSCSI Target  ]  |
|     fd3s.srv.world   +-----------+-----------+   target.srv.world   |
|                      |           |           |                      |
+----------------------+           |           +----------------------+
                                   |
+----------------------+           |           +----------------------+
|  [ Cluster Node#1 ]  |10.0.0.101 | 10.0.0.102|  [ Cluster Node#2 ]  |
|    rx-8.srv.world    +-----------+-----------+    rx-9.srv.world    |
|                      |                       |                      |
+----------------------+                       +----------------------+

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[2]
[3] Configure WSFC Nodes, set the same setting on all Nodes like follows.
Run Server Manager and Click [Add roles and features].
[4] Click [Next] button.
[5] Select [Role-based or feature-based installation].
[6] Select a Host which you'd like to add services.
[7] Go next without checking boxes.
[8] Check boxes [Failover Clustering] and [Multipath I/O] and go next.
[9] Click [Install] button.
[10] After finishing Installation, click [Close] button.
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