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Cluster Shared Volume Issue

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Last Modified: 2013-11-06
Hi there,

I'm trying to create a cluster for a Hyper-V enviroment but i'm getting some issues. My enviroment is (until now) running on a test virtualized (Hyper-V) enviroment. I got two Win 2k8 Enterprise Core (Test-CL1 and Test-CL2) with Hyper-V and Failover installed (there two are virtualized) connected to a LUN in a Win 2k8 Storage Server (physical). I'm also using another physical server to manage the failover (since i'm don't now the Core server commands).

So, I validate and created the cluster using Test-CL1 and 2 and configured the Cluster Quorum. Now I'm trying to create a Cluster Shared Volume but when I try to add a storage on the CSV page, It gives me the message "There are no disk in the cluster". On the Storage page I can see Cluster Disk 1 (Volume F:). So why I'm not able to add a storage on the CSV page?

Does anyone know how to configure the CSV? Thanks!!
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