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I was having a hard time to reading the Windows 2012 R2 Failover cluster log from my live server. That is why I just wrote a simple PowerShell script to get the job done for me. By using id = 1641 I can get the information when my failover occurred.
Open the PowerShell console and type the scripts, put your own server name in the place of “ServerName”.
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