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A failover cluster is a group of independent computers that work together to enhance the availability of applications and services. Failover clusters provide the fault tolerance and high availability of network services. If one of the nodes in the cluster fails, the other node takes over and begins to provide the service - a process known as failover.
Using the Practice Lab "Managing Hyper-V Fault Tolerance Using Failover Clustering" as an example, create a 3- to 4-page technical guide that documents each task for the following activities:
Include screenshots of the successful execution of each of the above activities. Your technical guide should not only document how to accomplish each of the above tasks, but should also document, with screenshots, the successful completion of each of the tasks in the Microsoft®Windows Server® 2016 Practice Labs environment.
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