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Can't access to CSV ClusterStorage folder

Hi,
I'm having problems with one cluster and the CSVs configured. The problems started after restarts because patch installations. The cluster has three CSVs that storage virtual machines, the first thing I saw was some servers stopped, and hundred of errors on the Cluster events... I tried to start the stopped servers and except one, the rest went up without problems...

The most of the errors are similar in all the cluster members:

Cluster Shared Volume 'Volume3' ('Disk \\?\Volume{de5db1ed-0bfc-45f5-8f48-755ed078c659}\') is no longer available on this node because of 'STATUS_BAD_NETWORK_PATH(c00000be)'. All I/O will temporarily be queued until a path to the volume is reestablished.

I have seen the same message for the firts CSV configured in the cluster:

Cluster Shared Volume 'Volume1' ('Disk G:\') is no longer available on this node because of 'STATUS_BAD_NETWORK_PATH(c00000be)'. All I/O will temporarily be queued until a path to the volume is reestablished.

I haven't seen problems with the Volume2 ¿¿??, all this volumes come from the same system and are configured exactly the same, I have checked the storage and I haven't seen any problem or alarm.

Now the cluster is stable and all it's working fine, but I can't access to the ClusterStorage folder from any cluster member... the windows explorer doesn't respond and I have to end the explorer process...

Thanks for your support.
Kind Regards.

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davidfartoukCommented:
To avoid them, don’t forget to enable these network features on the private clustered network interface (like a normal network interface):
•Client for Microsoft Network
•File and Printer Sharing for Microsoft Network

After you’ll be able to navigate to all CSV on each cluster node.
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ecemibmAuthor Commented:
The problem was caused becouse a wrong network configuration, I had a cluster network with network adapters used by Hyper-V, when I disable that network in the cluster, the problem disappeared.

Thanks anyway for your comments.
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ecemibmAuthor Commented:
the problem was solved without help
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