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When using Microsoft Fail-Over Clustering with Cluster Shared Volumes or Clustered disks which are on a HP EVA storage box, you may run into a problem about the disk/volume only being accessible from one of the nodes of the failover cluster, usually the node on which the disk/volume was added. When trying to access the volume from another node (e.g. by moving the role using that volume to another node), the role will fail and complain that the disk/volume is not accessible. Moreover, in Disk Management, the disk is not accessible and does not show the size of the disk. This makes the use of a fail-over cluster rather useless as the role can only run on the one node that does have access to t  ...

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