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comment Building fault tolerant IIS/MSSQL stacks (Sql Clustering?)
You didn't mention this was all legacy. :) In that case, throw the whole mess on ESXi (free, if you like) and keep it backed up well. You could also go HA for a lot less than buying SQL Server. Let the cost of a contractual/SLA violation dictate how much you spend on reliability.
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comment Building fault tolerant IIS/MSSQL stacks (Sql Clustering?)
That's probably due to poor practices using sessions, like non-serializable data. Even using a StateServer (middle ground between InProc and SQL) wouldn't help with that. So, more ammunition to get pfSense's NLB to cooperate.
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