Matching windows cluster node ID to physical server

Here’s the Powershell version of matching the node number in Cluster.Log files to the actual cluster node names. Essentially log messages like this one…

ERROR_CLUSTER_GROUP_MOVING(5908)' because of ''Cluster Disk' is owned by node 1, not 2.'

Inspired by this post using cluster.exe.

Get-ClusterNode -Cluster ClusterName | SELECT Name, Id, State | Format-Table -Autosize;

Output will look something like below…

Name         Id                                   State
----         --                                   -----
clusternode1 00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000001    Up
clusternode2 00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000002    Up

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