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hello experts . I have something thats is bothering me . I did configure an hyper-V cluster and everything went smoothly . My problem is on one Cluster Node (Node1)  the disks are offline and on the other nodes the disks are online .

is it Normal?

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I tried to put disks on maintenance mode but i can get those disks realease
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In Failover Cluster Manager under Storage what node owns the storage? I bet the owner node is the one that shows them as online.

This is normal behaviour.
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