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Thread: How to stop managing a cluster from Network Load Balancing Manager

  1. #1
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    How to stop managing a cluster from Network Load Balancing Manager

    1. Open Network Load Balancing Manager.
    2. Right-click the cluster that you want to remove from Network Load Balancing Manager and choose Remove from view.

    Please note that:
    • Performing this task does not require you to have administrative credentials. Therefore, as a security best practice, consider performing this task as a user without administrative credentials.
    • To start Network Load Balancing Manager, open a Command prompt. From the command window, type NLBMgr, and then press ENTER.
    • To ensure that Network Load Balancing Manager is displaying the most recent host information, right-click the cluster and click Refresh. This step is necessary because the host properties that Network Load Balancing Manager displays are a copy of the host properties that were configured the last time Network Load Balancing Manager connected to that host. When you click Refresh, Network Load Balancing Manager reconnects to the cluster and displays updated information.
    • This procedure only removes visibility to the cluster from Network Load Balancing Manager. The cluster still exists and the Network Load Balancing service on each of the cluster's hosts is unaffected.

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    Re: How to stop managing a cluster from Network Load Balancing Manager

    Well the below mentioned points are the major one to keep in mind when you are doing this stuff and for the detailed information I want you to visit the Microsoft
    • Disk Configuration
    • Verifying Host Adapter Configuration
    • Verifying Disk Configuration
    • Network Configuration
    • General Clustering
    • File and Print Sharing

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