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I did a test network and I have 2x Windows 2012  Server and i installed failover . I have also One more Server file server installed . I have no iscsi or San Storage. I plan to use my file Server like San Storage. I plan to use ofcourse live Migration too.
Hyper v 1-172.16.100.10(win2012)
Hyper v 2 - 172.16.100.20(Win 2012)
File Server - 172.16.100.30(Win 2012) 2x500 Gb Drive

i am very New in hyperv. My Problem is Sharing creating properly for hyper v Servers
Can some One help me to configure my file Server properly for hyper v Servers ? Step by Step guiede for learning please.

Thanks  for your help
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So you want to use SMB to host your VM's on since you don't have any SAN or other shared storage device, no problem...

Technet provides step-by-step guides to implement this... It talks about both File Server clusters as well as standalone File Servers: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj134187.aspx

How to assign SMB3.0 file shares to Hyper-V, this might be all you need: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj614620.aspx

Information on Hyper-V and SMB, sample configs: http://blogs.technet.com/b/josebda/archive/2013/01/26/hyper-v-over-smb-sample-configurations.aspx
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