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List Status for Resource Groups

If you want to see the active node for a cluster group you can do that with a task. Create a task target to “Cluster Node”, then add the following command line configuration

Full path to file: %WINDIR%\system32\cluster.exe
Parameters: $Target/Property[Type="MicrosoftWindowsClusterManagementLibrary6065680!Microsoft.Windows.Cluster.Node"]/ClusterName$ group

You can then run the task from the Cluster Node State view in the cluster MP. The task will list status for all available resource groups.

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