How to use ISO file sitting in my Win10 PC to install a VM on the hyper-v server?

I have VMM installed on my Win10 pc where I have the ISO file for Win server 2012 R2. When I used VMM on the pc connecting to the Hyper-V server and tried to install a VM, I found I was just not able to. When browsing the folder for the ISO file, it's just limited to the folders inside the hyper-v server-- no way to browse to the pc where I run VMM.
I know I must miss something. Can you help please? Thanks.
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Philip ElderTechnical Architect - HA/Compute/StorageCommented:
Domain joined PC and Hyper-V then use Constrained Delegationbetween Hyper-v and PC to allow the ISOs to be mounted.

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