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sql 2005 cluster ssis not installed passive node

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 18, 2010    Points: 0   Category :Sql Server

I am doing an SQL Server 2005 Cluster install. The install appeared to go
okay. On the active node everything installed fine. However, when we looked
at the other node only the configuration tools got installed. SQL Server
Management Studio did not get installed. Would anyone know what caused this
and how to install the SQL Server 2005 on a cluser correctly? I understand
that that the management tools only get installed on the primary node.
Should I run setup on the secondary node to install the tools?

I also went through the summary log for the install and  noticed that almost
everything that was installed on the active node was  also installed on the
passive node. The products that did not get installed  on the passive node

- Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Integration Services
- Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Notification Services
- Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services
- Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Tools

Should not these have been installed on the passive node as well?

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