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Add WSFC Nodes
2017/12/27
 
Add Nodes in existing WSFC Cluster.
This example is based on the environment like follows.
Add [Node#3] to the existing Cluster.
                                   |
+----------------------+           |           +----------------------+
|  [      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    |
|                      |           |           |                      |
+----------------------+           |           +----------------------+
                                   |
+----------------------+           |
|  [ Cluster Node#3 ]  |10.0.0.103 |
|    rx-10.srv.world   +-----------+
|                      |
+----------------------+

[1]
[2]
[3] Move to a existing Node, Open [Tools] - [Failover Cluster Manager].
[4] Right Click the Cluster name ans select [Add Node].
[5] Click [Next] button.
[6] Input Hostname or IP address in [Enter server name] field and click [Add] button. After adding all WSFC nodes, go next.
[7] If you run testing, go next with default.
[8] Click [Next] button.
[9] Click [Next] button.
[10] Click [Next] button.
[11] After finishing testing, results are shown. If it's OK, Click [Finish] Button.
[12] Click [Next] button.
[13] Click [Finish] Button.
[14] That's OK all. Make sure a new Node has beed added on Cluster Manager.
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