Applies To: Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2003 R2, Windows Server 2003 with SP1, Windows Server 2003 with SP2
Location of Temporary Files
The upgrade program, Winnt32.exe, selects a disk with the maximum free space for the storage of all temporary files. In a cluster, this will most likely be a clustered disk. Use the /tempdrive:X option to make sure that the upgrade program uses the appropriate drive (not a clustered disk) for the storage of temporary files.
Print Spooler Resource
The Print Spooler resource supports rolling upgrades but only for the LPR port and standard TCP/IP port types. Other port types are not supported on Windows 2000based server clusters.
You should not attempt to modify the printer spooler or printer configuration while running a mixed-version cluster.
Changing Configuration in a Mixed-Version Cluster
Changing the cluster configuration while running a mixed-version cluster is not recommended nor supported. In particular, you should not attempt to create new resources of the type that are only available on up-level Windows Server 2003based nodes.