Install Windows 2000 Cluster Services: Installing the Windows 2000 Cluster Service: Node 1

8) If the install program can’t find the Windows 2000 Advanced Server files in the CD player, it will prompt you (as above) for the location of these files. Use the “Browse” button to find the files on the current server, or on a remote server, then click “OK”. After a few moments, all of the necessary files should have been copied and this screen should now appear:

9) Now that all of the files for the Cluster Service have been copied to your server, it is now time to begin configuring the Cluster Service using the Cluster Service Configuration Wizard. Click “Next” to begin the wizard, and this screen appears:

10) In this screen, Microsoft wants you to confirm that you understand that Microsoft does not support hardware configurations not listed in the Cluster category of the Microsoft Hardware Compatibility List. Click on “I Understand,” then “Next,” to continue. This screen appears:

11) Now you have to specify if the server you are installing the Cluster Service on is the first node in the cluster (in this case, it is), or if it is “The second or next node in the cluster.” Since this is the first node, be sure the “The first node in the cluster” option is selected and click “Next.” Then this screen appears:

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