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I have setup 4 Hyper-V 2012 servers each running 6-8 VMs, I have one SAN. I have created 1 volume on the SAN called HyperVServers and I connect to it using iScsi from each Hyper-V host (same mapped drive on each).

When I try to migrate I am shown options related to moving the storage which implies I should have this setup differently, does what I have done sound correct?



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You really need to visist ms's hyper-v homepage for 2012 and start reading. From the sounds of the question this will be more then a simple answer. – tony roth Mar 21 '13 at 20:45
Your question leaves a lot to the imagination. What exactly do you want to do? You can move the VM (it's state) or you can move the VM's storage (it's disks and accompanying data) or you can move both. Which are you wanting to do? – joeqwerty Mar 21 '13 at 21:02

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