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Shows the mapping of AlwaysOn availability groups that the current instance of SQL Server has joined to three unique IDs: an availability group ID, a WSFC resource ID, and a WSFC Group ID. The purpose of this mapping is to handle the scenario in which the WSFC resource/group is renamed.
Applies to: SQL Server (SQL Server 2012 through current version).
Name of the availability group. This is a user-specified name that must be unique within the Windows Server Failover Cluster (WSFC) cluster.
Unique identifier (GUID) of the availability group.
Unique ID of the availability group as a resource in the WSFC cluster.
Unique WSFC Group ID of the availability group.