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I have setup 2 Windows 2008 R2 Servers with Hyper V.  I am working on setting up Failover Clustering, and have passed the validation tests on both successfully.  They are both connected to a Dell AX150 fiber SAN.  I am not sure exactly what the process is to setup a Quorum disk, or any method to share a disk between 2 servers.  At this point, I have assigned disks to both servers from the SAN, and can access them.  What do I need to do to create, assign, and access shared storage for the failover to work?
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Thanks.  The links were helpful.  I eventually got it working.
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