Error 1460 Cluster Shared Volume: How to Fix it

Install the missing protocols to fix this issue

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error 1460 cluster shared volume

When managing servers, you might encounter an Error 1460 cluster shared volume message. Today we’re going to take a closer look at this error and show you how to fix it.

How can I fix error 1460 cluster shared volume?

1. Install the missing protocols

  1. Press Windows key + R and type ncpa.cpl. Click OK.
     ncpa cpl run window windows 11
  2. Next, locate your connection, right-click it, and choose Properties.
    network adapter properties windows 11
  3. Check if the following protocols are on the list and enabled: Client for Microsoft Networks, File and Printer Sharing for Microsoft Networks.
    network protocols installed windows 11
  4. If not, click on the Install button and follow the instructions on the screen to add them.

After doing that, the Event ID 5142 cluster shared volume error should be gone.

2. Other checks to perform

  1. Perform a cluster validation.
  2. Ensure that MPIO is configured correctly and that NetApp tools are installed on hosts.
  3. Check if all hosts can see all storage paths.
  4. Ensure that CSV ownership isn’t moved from a different node. This can sometimes cause problems. Changing the ownership of CSV can sometimes also help.
  5. Disable the use of the hardware VSS provider and go back to Microsoft one.
  6. Check if CSV is formatted with ReFS. This can sometimes cause issues.
  7. Lastly, check the switch and storage logs for additional information.

These are just some general tips that you can try if you’re getting Cluster shared volume has entered a paused state because of c00000b5 error.

Error 1460 cluster shared volume message can be difficult to tackle, so be sure that the necessary protocols are installed and enabled and perform detailed checks.

Speaking of clusters, many also encountered Your disk can’t replace bad clusters error. This isn’t the only issue you can encounter, and many had Group or resource is not in the correct state, but we have a special guide that addresses that.

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