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Windows Server 2012
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For failover clusters, Hyper-V Replica requires the use of a Hyper-V Replica Broker name instead of an individual server name.
If the virtual machine is moved to a different failover cluster node, replication cannot continue.
Use Failover Cluster Manager to configure the Hyper-V Replica Broker. In Hyper-V Manager, ensure that the replication configuration uses the Hyper-V Replica Broker name as the server name.