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Server 2012 Failover Cluster node & resource checks (Powershell)

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You'll need a proxy host to run your Powershell commands (or they can be run directly from the server(s)).
More info here: http://www.nsclient.org/nscp/discussion/topic/637
You'll also need the FailoverClusters PS Module installed.

Each script just requires the cluster's name to be specified and will alert if either resource or host goes offline.