Hi, I am trying to create a shared VHDX to use on 2 Hyper-V machines to create a failover storage cluster for my general file shares.
Already I have a SOFS with 2 nodes. On these nodes I have created a SOFS role, and it is configured with 2 shares that I use one for replication and one for virtual machine files. This works fine.
However I am now creating a VHDX on one of the shares of the SOFS and then trying to find the "Advanced" setting under the disk. However all I can see is Quality of Service.
Is there something I am missing to get this "Advanced" tab?
Edit - Looked in to it a bit more and they have changed how to create a shared vhdx in 2016. I have tried to create it through Hyper-V in server 2016 and I now get errors saying
"Failed to create the virtual disk . the system failed to create"
"the filename is reserved for use by windows"
"the request is not supported"
My server cluster is 2016 and my SOFS cluster is 2012 R2.
ANy help is appreciated.