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    Changing Cluster and virtual server IPs

    As you may have seen by the mess that was my last post we're switching DHCP Scopes and i'm going through lists of stuff that need changed before the big switch over.

    However, when i connect to the cluster and virtual servers like a file server and exchange server i look at the network connection and they all have the same IP as the server the Cluster is set up on?

    But connecting to the IP that i have on a spreadsheet of our IPs, i can connect to that file server for example but the network connection still gives the IP of the main server it's setup on.

    It's not something i've set up before and since i had the job, it's just worked quietly in the background!

    Any help appreciated.

    Cheers
    Stu

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    Anyone?

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    Found it \o/

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    Can you tell us the answer incase someone is in the same situation as you in the feature?

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    Yeah, sorry. I'm just full of busy!

    Within Cluster Administrator, there are Groups.

    These groups are the virtual servers and within them, they have a resource set as IP Address and parameters set inside it.

    Took me a while but i got there. Hope that makes sense.



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