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Deleting a hyper-v cluster with Windows 2008 R2 SP1

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Hi all,

If I delete an existing cluster with 2 hyper-v server 2008 R2 SP1 ... it'll not format my LUN right?

Thank you,
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Correct. You won't lose data saved on disk, but you will lose the cluster information. You will probably also lose the VM configurations, but not the VHD files. You should be able to easily recreate the VMs from the existing VHD files. Are you going to recreate the cluster, or change it to stand alone?
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I'm going to change it to standalone. Good answer thank you for your help !
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