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This is easiest to explain if you think about having multiple Availability Groups in your environment rather than just one. Each AG listener would have its own name and IP, and it could be failed over independently to either physical node. In that environment, there are a few different parts: The physical nodes - each of which has its own IP address Each ...


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The Availability Groups feature requires an underlying WSFC. You can use FCIs in combination, but it is not required (and in fact often overkill, depending on what you are trying to accomplish and whether you have underlying redundancy as well). WSFC is the underlying Windows Server Failover Cluster. FCI is just the terminology for a single SQL Server ...


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Finally found the a solution online which lead me to the actual solution of the problem. Apparently it is an issue with SQL Server 2008 and installing the Service Pack is the answer to this. How can we install a service pack while installing the application: See this article Slipstream Service Packs and Cumulative Updates on a SQL Server 2008 ...



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