Moving a VM

I have a windows 2012 standard server running as a vm.  I need to move it from a windows cluster to a local drive.  What's the best practice to achieve without interruption of services?
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Cliff GaliherCommented:
Cannot be done. Clusters don't support shared-nothing storage so there will be a interruption if service. If you have a standalone hyper-v server, you can live migrate from the cluster node to the standalone server and that includes shared-nothing storage migration, but there will still be a minor interruption in that case near the end of the migration.

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