-> First you need to check if FT search service is installed (in case its there and someone deleted the resource from cluadmin)...if its not there in services or configuration manager , install it through the setup .
->In the Cluster Administrator, right-click on 'Resources' and choose New -> Resource
->In the New Resource dialog, choose 'Generic Service' for the type and give it a
name like SQL FULLTEXT. Any name is fine. Choose the desired group for the resource.
->In the next screen choose the nodes that the Full-text resource can run on.These should be the same as your SQL Server resource.
->In the next screen don't do anything. Full-text search doesn't need any dependencies.
->In the Generic Service Parameters screen type msftesql$
'Service Name' box, where
Server. You can verify this name by opening Services.msc (Start -> Run -> type
'Services.msc' -> OK) and right-clicking on the SQL ServerFulltext Search service
and choosing properities. Us the Service Name in the properties dialog as the
Service Name in the New Resource dialog.
->In the 'Startup Parameters' box, enter the parameters shown in the service
property dialog (Start -> Run -> type 'Services.msc' -> OK -> right-click on SQL
ServerFulltext Search service -> choose 'Properties) at the end of the path in the
'Path to executable' box. For example: -s:MSSQL.2 -f:INST2
-> In the next screen don't do anything. Leave the 'Registry Replication'
-> Click finish. The Full-text resource should be visible in your SQL Server group
in the Cluster Administrator.
-> Test by bringing the Full-text resource online and failing it over to the other