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Windows 2016 Storage Pool Issue

I installed 2 Physical servers running Windows Std 2016 x64.  I installed the Failover Cluster  and File and Storage features.  I have a number of  physical drives between these two servers.  on File and Storage Services - Volumes-Storage Pools the "Primordial" sees only 1 disk and not the other 5.  The other 5 are shown in disk management and Under File and Storage Services -Volumes-Disks but they are not showing up under Storage pool.  I have attached a few snagits.  Ive run Get-Physicaldisk in Powershell and it shows 7 drives as CanPool = True and Healthy.  How do I get these drives added to the Storage Pool?
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StorageWindows 10AzureWindows Server 2016* Failover

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Cliff Galiher

8/22/2022 - Mon
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So if I have my Drive that OS resides on connected to a raid controller on a raid array that is ok but for the other drives they need be on anon raid HBA .  Right?
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