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No, not possible. SSI is not supported outside of the hypervisors doing it. If you get one and use it then you can run windows on it, but windows by itself has no SSI capabilities.
Set the dns server of vm2 to the ip address of vm1
A Hyper-V Failover Cluster on it's own does not provide any load balancing of the virtual machines. You're misunderstanding things a bit. The cluster you're referring to could/would probably not withstand the failure of 6 of the 7 nodes. The cluster could probably handle the failure of several nodes, but it could not withstand the failure of a majority of ...
Dynamic quorum doesn't work by changing the quorum type, it works by modifying the NodeWeight property on one or more nodes as required. For example, let's say I have a three node cluster running in Node Majority quorum mode. You would choose this mode as it gives the quorum an odd number of participating votes, which is required in order to make a ...
Losing a database file, even one as critical as the tempdb file, is still a database-level event. According to this Microsoft Technet article: (Failover and Failover Modes (AlwaysOn Availability Groups) ) Issues at the database level, such as a database becoming suspect due to the loss of a data file, deletion of a database, or corruption of a ...
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