Virtual Network on Hyper V shares

I have two servers (abc1 and abc2) with Hyper V and have made a virtual network between them called abcfiles.  When I first set it up I shared out the drives on this resources to the users in the domain on abc2.  Everything works great, I see an F: drive on the abc2.  When I fail over to abc1 the F drive appears there as excepted, but my shares disappear?  

When I try to share it out on the abc1 I get:
The group or resource is not in the correct state to perform the requested operation.

How do I get my shares to fail over as well?  Is this not a desired way to share out the files?  Or am I missing something?
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Do you failover share only? or entire VM?
What does mean "made a virtual network between them"? Do you use VLANs? Or just external network interface?
keseaAuthor Commented:
I figured it out via google.

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