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Installing Siebel eBusiness Applications with MSCS

Follow the steps below to deploy MSCS with your Siebel eBusiness Applications servers. Refer to the information that you added earlier to your copy of Deployment Planning Worksheets.

Creating a Cluster Resource Group for MSCS

Each server should be hosted in a cluster resource group. Individual servers (for example, a Gateway or a File Server) can run in different resource groups. As a minimum, each cluster resource group must have the following resources:

For information on how to create a cluster resource group under MSCS, see Microsoft product documentation.

Testing the Cluster Group in MSCS Environment

Test the cluster group to make sure it will function on both nodes.

To test the cluster group

  1. Select the cluster that is now online.
  2. Right-click the cluster and select Move Group.

The cluster should move from the current node to the backup.

The cluster is now configured with disk, IP address, and network name, at a minimum and is ready for the installation of the Siebel software.

 Siebel Server Installation Guide for Microsoft Windows 
 Published: 25 June 2003