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Hi,

I have a CSV HYPER-V with  nodes and a iSCSI bay.
On each node, the volumes of my iSCSI bay do not appear ONLINE on the disk management.
The PUT ONLINE option is greyed when i right click on each volume.

I don't see them in the MyComputer drives.

I can't obtain their GUID using the "mountvol" command.

Is it normal ?

Nicolas
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Hi Nicolas,

This is normal in CSVs, you will not see them in "My Computer", and they will not appear "online" in all your nodes.

You should manage your CSVs from the Failover Cluster Manager Console and add data to the volume from the "c:\cluster storage" folder.
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