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How to add features to a current SQL Server failover installation


How to add features to a current SQL Server failover installation

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How to add features to a current SQL Server failover installation?

Which option do i have to select:

New installation or add features to an existing
New SQL Server Failover cluster installation

etc

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Go into programs and features via control panel, select sql server installed software and select change

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I have done this but I can't install the analysis services over cluster instance:
because of the following error:

Rule "Existing clustered or cluster-prepared instance" failed
The instance selected for installation is already installed and clustered on computer LMC-PSQLP08. To continue select a different instance to cluster
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APA0876 (12/20/2012)
I have done this but I can't install the analysis services over cluster instance:
because of the following error:

Rule "Existing clustered or cluster-prepared instance" failed
The instance selected for installation is already installed and clustered on computer LMC-PSQLP08. To continue select a different instance to cluster

Ah right, that explains. You need to run the new sql server failover cluster wizard to install the SSAS instance.

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