Note We recommend that you evaluate these hotfixes and updates to determine whether they resolve problems in your environment. If you verify that cluster nodes in your environment are affected by the problems that an update or a hotfix addresses, install the hotfix or the update on each cluster node in your environment.
A short summary is included with each hotfix and with each update that appears in the "More Information" section. This summary does not replace the information that is contained in the original Microsoft Knowledge Base (KB) article for that particular hotfix or update. Use this summary information to help you determine whether a particular hotfix or update applies to the server cluster in question. Before you install a hotfix or an update, we recommend that you review the original KB article that describes that hotfix or that update.
Hotfixes that were released after Windows Server 2003 SP2Hotfix 919117 is recommended to prevent the problem that is documented in Microsoft Knowledge Base article 932465.
For more information about this issue, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
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Note If the update in KB 932755 is installed, you may also need the following updates on some servers:
For more information about hotfix 940015, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
Resource-specific hotfixesHotfix 934016 addresses a number of issues that may occur when MSDTC is running as a cluster resource.
Article ID: 935640 - Last Review: Sep 11, 2011 - Revision: 1