Indicates a failure of a MSCS resource. Look for the application-specific events for more details about the problem as this event by itself just reports the failure without additional information.
Resource "spooler" - You can only have one spooler resource per group. See ME280452
Resource "SMTP Virtual Server" - When you have more than one Exchange 2000 virtual server running on one node of a cluster, and you take one of the virtual servers offline or move one, the Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) service on the remaining virtual server may go briefly offline, and then come back online. See ME301507
Resource "XLANG Scheduler" - ME311417
suggests to configure the identity for the XLANG Scheduler COM+ package created in Component Services to match the Log On account for the Cluster Service.
The Cluster Server on Windows NT 4.0 does not support more than 900 shares or this event may be recorded. See ME185212
Resource "<share name>" - If the file share resource indicated by "share name" is configured as a DFS Root in its advanced options, these error messages could indicate that the DFS service has been stopped on the node in the server cluster while the cluster resource was online on that node. The service could have been stopped by manual intervention or by a problem with the service. See ME232478
for details. ME220819
provides details on how to configure DFS Root on a Windows 2000 Server cluster.
Resource "Cluster IP Address" - This issue can occur if you have replaced your network adapter, or have changed the IP address of your public network adapter. See ME267548
Resource "Disk <disk drive>:" - Conflicting home folder mappings may cause cluster disks to go offline. This behavior occurs because drive letter mapping for the home folder succeeds and causes a conflict with the drive letter mapping for the physical disk. Therefore, the storage device loses the drive letter and causes the failure of the physical disk resource to occur. On a standalone server, similar behavior can occur if a home folder mapping conflicts with the drive letter mapping of a storage device. In this scenario, the storage device loses the drive letter assignment and the home folder mapping succeeds; the storage device becomes inaccessible. If the physical disk resource is the quorum resource, the Cluster service may stop working. See ME303948
provides details on troubleshooting disk problems on clusters.
Resource "SA" - See limitations on Exchange 2000 Clusters that have more than two nodes - ME329208