troubleshooting Question

Failover Cluster Pool Windows Server 2016

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Windows 10AzureWindows Server 2016* Failover
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Ok We are running Windows Server 2016 std  X64.  We Two servers clustered together.  We added disks to the servers and created a Storage Pool in Windows.  Server Manager Files and STorage Services Volumes Pools recognizes the pool.  Windows Disn Mgmt sees the drives but the Failover CLuster mgmt doesnt see an available pool to be added
Dan McFadden
Technical Lead - Active Directory

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