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VM Settings are not saved in Server 2012 Clustering with HyperV 3.0

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Hi,

I have a 2-node Server 2012 clustering with CSV and HyperV 3.0
I setup VM setting to be : Automatically start if it was running when the service stopped
then it changes back to Nothing.
Some suggests the cluster service will over-ride the setting.
Even when I do not do a VM live migration between nodes, the setting also changed after a while.
Appreciate if someone knows how to fix this to keep the setting permanent.
I have a big issue when the cluster got rebooted and no VM automatically start and that cause a downtime on multiple VMs, not a happy reboot.

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