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Troubleshooting: The Computer “Clusternode.Domain” is joined to a cluster

Troubleshooting: The Computer “Clusternode.Domain” is joined to a cluster
I was doing some troubleshooting in my Hyper-V cluster and I had to remove a node from the Cluster and had to re-add to the cluster. While I was doing this I came up with an error saying “The Computer “Clusternode.Domain” is joined to a cluster”, here “Clusternode” is my node name and “Domain” is my domain name.

When I was doing this I have noticed that my Windows “Cluster” service was set to automatically and it was stopped.

To resolve this issue I had to use Windows Powershell as an Administrator and used below commands:

  • get-service -Name “Cluster Service” | Set-Service –StartupType Disabled or you can set the windows service status to disabled by accessing “service.msc” console. 
  •  Type “Import-Module FailoverClusters” as the second step
  • Type “Y” and hit enter as the third step
Then re-adding to the cluster was succeeded. 
This should help you to fix the same problem… 
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Aruna Lakmal

Associate Technical Specialist, Sri Lanka. Technology junky, enthusiast, a VMware vExpert and a blogger with more than 8 years of Experience in Virtualization and Cloud Native technologies.

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