Cluster Backup.

Click on Advance mode

Click on Start Backup -> change the backup media file location

Click on Start Backup.

Backup done successfully.

Restore Cluster Backup.

Click on Advance

Click on Start Restore

Say ok to continue

Click on Advance and select Restore the cluster Registry

Restores suessfully Backup with ASR

Start -> run -> ntbackup-> select Advance

Restore Corrupted Quorum with out backup

Under Service status, in Start parameters, specify /fixquorum, and then click Start. 1. . Click Start, click Run, and type a command with the following syntax: cluster [ClusterName] res QuorumDiskResourceName /maint:on 2. Run Chkdsk, using the switches /f and /r, on the quorum resource disk to determine whether the disk is corrupted. For more information on running Chkdsk, see "Chkdsk" in Related Topics. 3. Click Start, click Run, and type a command with the following syntax: cluster [ClusterName] res QuorumDiskResourceName /maint:off 4. If no corruption is detected by Chkdsk, it is likely that the log was corrupted. Proceed to step 15. If corruption is detected on the disk, check the system log in Event Viewer for possible hardware errors. Resolve any hardware errors before continuing. 5. Stop the Cluster service after Chkdsk is complete, following the instructions in steps 1-4. 6. Make sure that Cluster Service is highlighted in the details pane. On the Action menu, click Properties.

Under Service status, in Start parameters, specify /resetquorumlog, and then click Start

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