188.8.131.52 Resource Types
The cluster state, as specified in section 3.1.1, is typically configured by default with several resource types; however, the configured resource types can be modified by using implementation-specific methods between servers. For more information about the resource types that normally exist by default in the cluster state, see [MSDN-CLUSRESTYPES].
The cluster state normally includes a resource type that allows alternate IP addresses to be instantiated on a server. A cluster supports a resource type that allows an alternate computer name to be instantiated as an endpoint with which client applications can make authenticated connections. The cluster typically maintains a security principal that is based on the primary cluster name and is made available to services, applications, and resources within the cluster.