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"Remove" the problem website and then add it again along with the virtual directories from IIS Manager may help. It works in my case.
gdisk should help: have a look at 'c', 'g' and 'f' from the extra functionality menu. See ubuntu trusty gdisk manpage.
You certainly will lose and need to re-create your shares, but the data on your CSV should not be affected. CSVFS is (mostly) a regular (NTFS) file system with a different filesystem driver stack (see http://blogs.msdn.com/b/clustering/archive/2013/12/02/10473247.aspx for further info), removing it from the list of cluster shared volumes and adding to ...
I did exactly what you did - I was adding a new node to an SQL 2014 AlwaysOn cluster and I forgot to uncheck the "Add Storage" button at the end of the wizard. To get the storage back, and your cluster online: Remove all the disks "Cluster Shared Volumes" (Right-click, Remove from Cluster Shared Volumes) Remove all the disks from the cluster completent ...
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