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Create a cluster without network names

Create a cluster without network names: Windows Server 2012 R2: Configure and Manage High Availability
Create a cluster without network names: Windows Server 2012 R2: Configure and Manage High Availability

In this video, Robert McMillen talks about how to setup a cluster with a network name. This allows you to create a cluster without needing the previously required permissions in Active Directory. That means you can have a non-administrator setup a cluster on another group of servers. This is also referred to as an Active Directory-detached cluster. Using this deployment method enables you to create a failover cluster without the previously required permissions for creating computer objects in AD DS or the need to request that computer objects are pre-staged in AD DS.

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