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failover clustering with server 2012 r2

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I have two servers connecting via fiber back to the san, and am able to attach the luns but when I try to make them work the storage never goes online.    I have a similar setup working great only it connects via ISCSI...   anyone know how to get fiber storage added to failover clustering?
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You need to install windows feature called MPIO on servers and reboot the servers

Then it will work
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Or even better to search for MPIO driver from SAN manufacturer. Which SAN do you have?
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Since this is windows server 2012 R2, it will pickup drivers automatically hopefully
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That's did it..  SO THANKS ALLOT>....  Really THANKS>..
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I've requested that this question be closed as follows:

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for the following reason:

literally added the MPIO feature, rebooted and then there it was!
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