data protection manager in hyper-v

I have a test copy of DPM 2012 r2 installed on a VM.

Wasn't thinking before I installed it, and now I don't know how I am going to attach disks to it!

I don't have a DAS that I can use. I have plenty of room on the host, however disks need to be presented as dynamic stand alone disks to be added to the DPM storage pool.

Any ideas please anyone?
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Neil RussellTechnical Development LeadCommented:
"Using a virtual disk (.vhd/.vhdx) in the DPM storage pool is supported in DPM 2012 R2 only"

So you are on the right version :D

Just create a bunch of unformatted virtual disks, attach them to your DMP VM and present them.  Off you go, job done.
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