SQL Server Errors or Failures from Error: 41068 to Error: 41087

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Error: 41068, Severity: 16, Failed to enumerate the Windows Server Failover Clustering (WSFC) registry key (Error code %d). The WSFC service may not be running or may not be accessible in its current state, or the specified arguments are invalid. For information about this error c

Error: 41069, Severity: 16, The existence of availability group data for the availability group ‘%.*ls’ in the Windows Server Failover Clustering (WSFC) store could not be determined. The local WSFC node may be down, or a previous CREATE AVAILABILITY GROUP or DROP AVAILABILITY GROU
Error: 41070, Severity: 16, Configuration data for the availability group with Windows Server Failover Clustering (WSFC) resource ID ‘%.*ls’ is not found in the WSFC data store. The availability group may have been dropped, or a previous CREATE AVAILABILITY GROUP or DROP AVAILABILI
Error: 41071, Severity: 16, Cannot read the persisted configuration of AlwaysOn availability group with corresponding Windows Server Failover Clustering (WSFC) resource ID ‘%.*ls’. The persisted configuration is written by a higher-version SQL Server that hosts the primary availabi

Error: 41072, Severity: 16, The ID of availability group ‘%.*ls’ in local data store does not exist in the Windows Server Failover Clustering (WSFC) data store. The availability group may have been dropped but the current WSFC node was not notified. To resolve this error, try to r
Error: 41073, Severity: 16, The database ‘%.*ls’ cannot be removed from availability group ‘%.*ls’. This database does not belong to the availability group.
Error: 41074, Severity: 10, AlwaysOn: The local replica of availability group ‘%.*ls’ is preparing to transition to the primary role in response to a request from the Windows Server Failover Clustering (WSFC) cluster. This is an informational message only. No user action is required
Error: 41075, Severity: 10, AlwaysOn: The local replica of availability group ‘%.*ls’ is preparing to transition to the resolving role in response to a request from the Windows Server Failover Clustering (WSFC) cluster. This is an informational message only. No user action is requir

Error: 41076, Severity: 10, AlwaysOn: Availability group ‘%.*ls’ is going offline because it is being removed. This is an informational message only. No user action is required.
Error: 41077, Severity: 16, Cannot bring the Windows Server Failover Clustering (WSFC) group (ID ‘%.*ls’) online at this time. The WSFC group is not in a state that could accept the request. Please wait for the WSFC group to enter a terminal state and then retry the operation. Fo
Error: 41078, Severity: 16, Failed to delete the Windows Server Failover Clustering (WSFC) registry value corresponding to name ‘%.*ls’, because a registry entry with the specified name does not exist. Check that the registry value name is correct, and retry the operation.
Error: 41079, Severity: 16, Cannot drop the Windows Server Failover Clustering (WSFC) group (ID or name ‘%.*ls’), because the WSFC group does not exist. Specify a valid WSFC group ID or name and retry the operation. For information about this error, see error code 5013 in “System
Error: 41080, Severity: 16, Failed to delete SQL Server instance name to Windows Server Failover Clustering node name map entry for the local availability replica of availability group ‘%.*ls’. The operation encountered SQL Server error %d and has been terminated. Refer to the SQL
Error: 41081, Severity: 16, Failed to destroy the Windows Server Failover Clustering group corresponding to availability group ‘%.*ls’. The operation encountered SQL Server error %d and has been terminated. Refer to the SQL Server error log for details about this SQL Server error
Error: 41082, Severity: 16, Failed to obtain the name of local Windows Server Failover Cluster (Error code %d). The WSFC service may not be running or may not be accessible in its current state. For information about this error code, see “System Error Codes” in the Windows Develop
Error: 41083, Severity: 16, Failed to obtain the cluster quorum resource (Error code %d). The WSFC service may not be running or may not be accessible in its current state. For information about this error code, see “System Error Codes” in the Windows Development documentation.
Error: 41084, Severity: 16, The Windows Server Failover Clustering (WSFC) cluster control API returned error code %d. The WSFC service may not be running or may not be accessible in its current state. For information about this error code, see “System Error Codes” in the Windows De
Error: 41085, Severity: 16, Failed to find a DWORD property (property name ‘%s’) of the Windows Server Failover Clustering (WSFC) (Error code %d). The WSFC service may not be running or may not be accessible in its current state, or the specified arguments are invalid. For informa
Error: 41086, Severity: 16, Failed to retrieve the Paxos tag from the Windows Server Failover Clustering (WSFC) registry hive. The WSFC registry hive might be corrupt. Verify whether the ‘HKLM\Cluster\PaxosTag’ registry value exists in the WSFC registry hive.
Error: 41087, Severity: 16, Error in parsing the Paxos tag from the Windows Server Failover Clustering (WSFC) registry hive. The WSFC registry hive might be corrupt. Verify whether the ‘HKLM\Cluster\PaxosTag’ is in the format outlined in the Microsoft Knowledge Base article KB 94771

This is applicable on below versions of SQL Server

SQL Server 2005
SQL Server 2008 R2
SQL Server 2012
SQL Server 2014

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