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Mike is a Partner and the practice lead of the WellDBA™ practice at Linchpin People. He has been working with SQL Server for 15 years and since version 6.5.

When he isn't consulting with a client on their SQL Server performance, availability or Database Administration challenges, he speaks and blogs about SQL Server in various forums. He's been awarded the SQL Server MVP award 3 years in a row, since 2011.

He loves helping people gain knowledge with SQL Server through mentoring and consulting opportunities, speaking engagements and training.

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comment Browser service in sql server clustering
I've provided an answer for one of the questions you are asking - the direct question - it shouldn't come into play with failover and whether it is running or not won't affect that, generally if you need the browser it just runs on each node all the time and shouldn't cause an issue. For the real question here - why are you not failing over - can you post the actual error message and more information about your setup and what you've tried?
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