troubleshooting Question

iSCSI Target as a Hyper-v Cluster Role

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StorageVirtualizationHyper-VWindows Server 2012Dell
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Hi Friends

So I  have Hyper-v Lab and I have 2 Dell Poweredge server in that lab. I need to create a Hyper-v Cluster. I have 4 HDD in each. 1st 2 HDD is in Raid1 holding Server 2012 Standard. And Rest 2 HDD creates another Raid 1 for Storage required for the Cluster .

Its  Lab so I can redo any thing.

So
 1st Question :
How do I create Cluster Disk Volume which later I can use to create Clustered Shared Volume. And Then I can use that clustered Shared Volume to create Roles like VM and iSCSI target.

Point is if one host dies other host take over the roles.
Once I know How get there my goal is use High Available Storage (iSCSI Target)for production .

I hope I made my Q clear enough. See I can afford to invest on a SAN . I want to turn Windows server as a SAN.

Thanks
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