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    I am looking for a good guide or reference for setting up a HyperV Cluster with Windows Server 2012 R2. Specifically, I need assistance configuring the NICs on the 2 servers to be in the cluster. Each has 2, 10Gb ports and 2, 1 Gb ports. I put 1 of the 10Gb on our iSCSI vlan and the other on our “server/production” vlan. I have a third server also with 2012 R2 with VMM 2012 R2. All guides I have found mention having a NIC for Heartbeat but I believe with 2012 R2 this is no longer required. Thanks

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