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How to move MSDTC to another Cluster Group?

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 09, 2010    Points: 0   Category :Sql Server
Hello,   We have 2-node, 1-instance cluster (64-bit Windows 2003 and 64-bit SQL 2005). We now want to add another sql instance. Currently, MSDTC resource is under the existing sql cluster group.   We want to move it to a new its own cluster group, or move it to the cluster group along with Quorum, Cluster name, cluster ip resources.   Is it as easy as removing from one cluster group and adding to another group?   Thanks,   Ada    

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