In the "Share" tab, delete the permission for the "Everyone" group.
Add the same permissions for sharing permissions.
Allow full control for each one.
Finally, in the "Share" tab, you will have "Full Control" permissions for :
Now that the permissions are correctly configured, click Next.
Your SMB share is created.
To see the share that you just created, go to Roles, select the "File Server ..." role and go to the "Shares" tab at the bottom of the window.
To know the settings and permissions associated with this share, select it from the list and click Properties (in the right column).
As you can see, this is an accessible share via the SMB protocol via this local path : C:\ClusterStorage\Volume1\Shares\VMs.
In addition, the type of availability is : Scale-Out File Server.
You can also view the list of permissions applied to this share.
As well as the settings of this share.
As mentioned earlier, if you want to use this share with Hyper-V servers, you may need to configure constrained delegation.
To do this, on your Active Directory server, go to the properties of the computer accounts of your Hyper-V servers.
Then, in the "Delegation" tab :
Note : the "Microsoft Virtual System Migration Service" service allows you to do live migration using Kerberos.
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