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PowerShell cmdlet get-ClusterQuorum output is not showing QuorumType column.

Has anybody seen this before?

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What about get-cluster -name wincluster | get-clusterquorum | ft Cluster, QuorumType -autosize ? – krisFR Aug 10 '14 at 0:23
You asked the same question on StackOverflow and got an answer there:… – briantist Aug 10 '14 at 15:16

Copying my answer from your StackOverflow question:

That is just the normal output for that cmdlet. To see QuorumType, you can use these methods:

$quorum = Get-ClusterQuorum -Cluster CLUSTER
$quorum | Select-Object *

$quorum | Format-Table * # For display only
$quorum | Format-List *  # For display only

Many cmdlets control which columns get displayed by default, but the underlying properties are still there and can be referenced.

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