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Ok, so after several weeks of debugging this on my own and together with Microsofts Message Queue support team, a solution has been found. TLDR; the solution is to remove or rename the registry key HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\services\<SERVICENAME>\Environment The reason for the error is that the MQ client cannot find a MQ service ...
Do you need to evict the host from the cluster in order to do this? - No. Do Windows clusters care if each host uses a physically different NIC port relative to other hosts? - No.
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