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This article describes how to turn logging on to troubleshoot setup problems with the SQL Server Cluster Wizard.
To enable logging, use the following steps to place a _PRINT_FILE_ variable in the Windows NT environment variable list.
SQL Server 7.0 Cluster Wizard will automatically create a file for logging called Sqlclstr.log and place it in the system root directory for Windows NT if you do not explicitly add the _PRINT_FILE_ system variable.
NOTE: This logging is only used when running the SQL Server Cluster Wizard. After a virtual SQL Server has been created, the logging file is no longer used.