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Moving a hyper-v vm to a cluster hyper-c

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Hi experts,
I created a VM from the hyper-v console instead of the cluster console, and I just realized that I made this mistake. The drives for this VM are stored in the cluster folder , how can I move this VM so I can manage it from my cluster console so I can do live migration on my cluster nodes?
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