Spec: Windows 10 host, 2 Windows Server 2019 VMS's in a cluster setup. The cluster is setup and fully functional except for the storage. However; I am unable to understand if this scenario is possible. I am trying to use a shared VHDX as the cluster storage for both nodes but from what I understand this is only possible in guest cluster situations. The thing is we do not want to create a guest cluster or for that matter we can't (single windows 10 desktop). It is simple a Windows 10 host running both the 2019 vm's with the intention of using VHDX as the shared storage medium to host the application that we are developing. The idea is if one node goes down the other node will continue to host the application because of the move of storage. I assume if using a shared vhdx file as CSV it is not possible at the WS2019 level the only other alternative would be to setup an iSCSI target?
The similar scenario (one host - two guests with cluster) is fully described with shared iSCSI storage in the following article: https://www.hyper-v.io/setting-windows-failover-cluster-home-lab/