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Q. How can I disable cluster shared volumes in Windows Server 2008 R2?

A. If you want to turn off cluster shared volumes, disable them for the cluster using the following command in PowerShell.

Get-Cluster | %\{$_.EnableSharedVolumes = "Disabled"\}

This is the only way to disable cluster shared volumes.

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