Category: <span>Microsoft Failover Clustering</span>

Microsoft Hyper-V – View All Virtual Machines in a Failover Cluster

You may use the following Microsoft Windows PowerShell cmdlet to view all of the virtual machines in a Microsoft Windows Hyper-V Failover Cluster. In order for this cmdlet to provide the list of virtual machines it will need to be run from a Hyper-V host in the cluster. Get-ClusterGroup | ? {$_.GroupType -eq ‘VirtualMachine’ }…


Microsoft Failover Clustering – Event ID: 1194

In Windows Server 2012 R2 the Cluster Name Object (CNO) will be created in the same Organizational Unit (OU) as the computer objects that comprise the cluster. When configuring a cluster role a Virtual Computer Object (VCO) may need to be created which may fail with Event ID 1194. This is due to the fact…