Setup cluster in Biztalk servers

Arani Girish 0 Reputation points


We are trying to setup cluster in Biztalk Group to add multiple servers through hosts.

We are getting the below error. Can someone help on this issue.

TITLE: BizTalk Server Administration

Failed to enumerate cluster resource groups.

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Could not connect to the cluster. This could be due to the following:

  1. BizTalk Host instances are not installed on MSCS cluster nodes. In order to cluster a Host, all its BizTalk Host instances should be installed on MSCS cluster nodes.
  2. The cluster is no longer available. Check if the Cluster Service is running on the nodes or restart the service.
  3. You do not have the required privileges on the cluster for this operation.

Server name is: D060200

The system error is: There are no more endpoints available from the endpoint mapper. (WinMgmt)


Arani Girish

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  1. Limitless Technology 26,326 Reputation points


    Thank you for your question and reaching out.

    Make sure the cluster group, clustered service, or application that you are adding the host to has a Network Name and IP Address resource before clustering a BizTalk host. If a Network Name and IP Address resource is present in the target cluster group, the Network Name resource is added as a dependency to the clustered BizTalk host. The BizTalk host won't work properly as a clustered resource if these resources are unavailable.

    A related cluster resource is established in the chosen cluster resource group when you cluster a BizTalk host. Each cluster node that is currently available is added as a potential owner of the cluster resource when it is built. Before clustering a BizTalk host, you should add an instance of the host to all accessible nodes of a cluster because a cluster resource can be failed over to any node in the list of possible owners. A clustered BizTalk host cannot be switched over to a BizTalk Server computer that doesn't already have an instance of the host running on it.

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