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i have a 3x hyper-v Server(2012) and Failover Cluster.

i got a VM db.vmxd  from my other City. I would like to run this Server under my Failover Cluster.

how can i do that?
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First you must import VM to Hyper-V (right click on one node and select import). After you import, open Failover Cluster Manager and right click on Roles, select Configure Role. In Select Role choose Virtual Machine and select VM db machine.
You should now have VM in Failover Cluster.
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