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How to cluster virtual servers in a Hyper-v enviornment.

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I have two 2008 server running Hyper-v with shared storage. I would like to make a cluster of two SQL 2005 servers, one on each 2008 server. I have read that it can be done but I was not able to determine how to do it.
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