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Adds a resource to a clustered role, or resource group, in a failover cluster.
Add-ClusterResource [-Name] <String> [[-Group] <String>] [-ResourceType] <String> [-Cluster <String>] [-InputObject <PSObject>] [-SeparateMonitor] [<CommonParameters>]
The Add-ClusterResource cmdlet adds a resource to a clustered role, or resource group, in a failover cluster. Before adding the resource, obtain the resource type and the
name of the group to which to add the resource.
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PS C:\>Add-ClusterResource -Name resource1 -ResourceType "IP Address" -Group ClusterSrv1
Name State Group ResourceType
---- ----- ----- ------------
resource1 Offline ClusterSrv1 IP Address
This example creates a new IP Address resource called resource1 on the local cluster. The cmdlet configures the resource as part of the clustered role, or resource group,