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I am planning to configure Hyper-V 2012 on 2 Nodes at my site.  We have a Dell MD3000i SAN also.  I wanted to know what the best way to connect the nodes to the SAN was?  Is it possible to make 1 LUN and connect both the nodes to the same LUN?  Do I do clustering and if so I have read to make 2 Virtual Disks on the SAN.  1 for the witness and 1 for the storage to store all the VM's.  IS this the best way to approach it?  Thank you.
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