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Addressing this was always the #1 ask for Windows Server 2012, during all the discusssions we had with customers in early days of release planning.

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During an Updating Run, CAU transparently puts each node of the cluster into node maintenance mode, temporarily fails over the “clustered roles” off it to other nodes, installs the updates and any dependent updates on the first node, performs a restart if necessary, brings the node back out of maintenance mode, fails back the original clustered roles back onto the node, and then proceeds to update the next node.

CAU is cluster workload-agnostic, and it works great with Hyper-V, and a number of File Server workloads. Self-Updating: Once configured by you, CAU can run on a cluster node that it is meant to update.

Once you have decided to try the CAU feature in Windows Server 2012 to update your failover cluster, you will very quickly apreciate its simplicity and power.

CAU allows you to update clustered servers with little or no loss in availability during the update process.

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This is the action you choose to start the self-updating configuration process for your failover cluster.

Once you click on this action, it pops up the “Getting Started” wizard page as shown in the next screen shot: As the Getting Started text says, this wizard is smart enough to figure out that you do not have self-updating currently configured on the connected cluster, and automatically offer you the option to add it.

You always start off by connecting to a cluster as in the following screen shot: Look at the two highlighted areas in red in the above screen shot – you can type in the desired cluster name, and hit the “Connect” button right next to it.

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