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MembershipHeartbeatLossTolerance

Last Updated: 12/12/2016

MembershipHeartbeatLossTolerance specifies the number of lost heartbeat messages before setup considers the Network Load Balancing cluster host to be inactive and initiates convergence.

Note
To enable this Network Load Balancing setting, the NetworkLoadBalancingFullServer package must be enabled in the Windows image you are installing. To do this, use Windows System Image Manager to add the Microsoft-Windows-Foundation-Package to your answer file, and then configure the NetworkLoadBalancingFullServer package to enable it. For more information about adding and configuring packages, see the Windows Assessment and Deployment (Windows ADK) Technical Reference.

Values

MembershipHeartbeatLossTolerance

Specifies the number of lost heartbeat messages before setup considers the Network Load Balancing cluster host to be inactive and initiates convergence. The default setting is 5.

Valid Configuration Passes

specialize

Parent Hierarchy

microsoft-windows-networkloadbalancing-core- | Clusters | Cluster | MembershipHeartbeatLossTolerance

Applies To

For a list of the supported Windows editions and architectures that this component supports, see microsoft-windows-networkloadbalancing-core-.

XML Example

The following XML output specifies that when five heartbeat messages are lost, setup considers the Network Load Balancing cluster host inactive and initiates convergence.

<MembershipHeartbeatLossTolerance>5</MembershipHeartbeatLossTolerance>

Cluster

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