Hmm, on the Failover Policy for Failover Cluster Instances documentation, I see the following:
During SQL Server startup, the WSFC service uses the SQL Server Database Engine resource DLL to create a new connection to on a separate thread that is used exclusively for monitoring the health status. This ensures that there the SQL instance has the required resources to report its health status while under load. Using this dedicated connection, SQL Server runs the sp_server_diagnostics (Transact-SQL) system stored procedure in repeat mode to periodically report the health status of the SQL Server components to the resource DLL.
To me, this seems to say that it is run automatically by SQL and there is no need to enable it. So as it pertains to this question, you need to enable the Logging portion of it?
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