If you are looking to implement multiple-node clustering and not just a network-attached storage solution, make sure that you opt for Windows 2000 Advanced Server, as the vanilla release of Win2K server doesn't support it. Also, ensure that your "off-the-wall" programs will support clustering, as not all do.
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