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Newly created VM not showing up under Cluster services and apps

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Three node MS 2008R2 cluster running Hyper V role. Have 8 VM's running now and can migrate between the nodes.

The newly created VM is not showing up under Cluster services and apps like the rest so that it can be migrated. What did I miss?
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did you create the VM from the cluster management console of locally using hyper-v console
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Bingo ... first mistake thinking Hyper V manager and Cluster management create new virtual machine is one in the same.

So I just created an empty service/app in the cluster and added the VM.
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