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Change Signature in a clon disk



Please help, I have 3 servers A, B and C, server A has a SQL Server 2008 instance that is called TEST1, server B has an instance called TEST2, what I want to do is a clone of the TEST1 instance , Which I call test1_clon, is the clone to server B that has the instance TEST2, so far no problem.
When doing the test failover, for some reason I fail to pass the services from TEST2 to TEST1, I do not mount the cloned disks, I guess it must be because the same ids of the parent disks already exist in the clone.
Is it possible to create the clone with another id or mount the cloned disks with another id?

Thank you very much.



try this TR?





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