Method 1 Windows Update This update is provided as a Recommended update on Windows Update. For more information on how to run Windows Update, see How to get an update through Windows Update. Method 2 Microsoft Download Center The update is available for download from the Microsoft Download Center Download the Windows Server 2012 R2. 2018. 5. 17. &0183;&32;Same for the Windows Application Event Log; I found 3 Warning errors pertaining to MSDTC Client 2 which stated Failed trying to get the state of the cluster node My Host. 2020. 4. 1. &0183;&32;The setting for this is ResiliencyPeriod and the default period is 240 seconds (4 minutes). So it would be 4 minutes before the VM would be moved to another node. To see what this is set for would be the commands Cluster property (Get-Cluster).ResiliencyDefaultPeriod. Group common property for granular control (Get-ClusterGroup My VM. . When you enable the native persistence, you will see these logs by default. Nothing is special. When this error occurs on the restarting node, nothing happens on two other nodes. When I restart the second node, it also fails due to the same error. I will still need to restart the nodes in the future, one by one without stopping the service. If, for some reason, it is still here, you had to remove the swap partition. Repeat steps 1 and 2 and, after that, use fdisk or parted to remove the (now unused) swap partition. Use great care here removing the wrong partition will have disastrous effects reboot This should resolve your issue. Share Improve this answer Follow. Login to Active node1 then run check the event log, (nothing is related to msdtc) ,then checked the DTC tab where I checked the transaction statistics of my cluster dtc count is 18. 2. Run the following query to check, it runs successfully BEGIN DISTRIBUTED TRANSACTION SELECT FROM msdb.dbo.backupfile ROLLBACK 3. and now that the cluster is back to shape and i would like to report back what was done. 1. Yes, the failed node was evicted from the cluster and did a Clean OS install on the new hardware.