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ronnie.chan
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 NOTE NOTE
-For Hyper-V server in Failover Cluster environmentthe temporary ​folder ​must be set to a network shared path accessible to all cluster ​nodes, or a Cluster Shared Volume.+For Hyper-V server in Failover Cluster environment
 +- Hyper-V server 2008 / 2008 R2 and 2012 / 2012 R2 the temporary ​directory ​must be set to a local drive of the cluster ​node. 
 +- Hyper-V server 2016 / 2019  the temporary directory must be set to the Cluster Shared Volume ​(CSV).
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 === Operating System === === Operating System ===
 AhsayOBM must be installed on a 64 bit Windows machine as libraries for Granular only supports 64 bit Windows operating system. AhsayOBM must be installed on the following Windows Operating Systems: AhsayOBM must be installed on a 64 bit Windows machine as libraries for Granular only supports 64 bit Windows operating system. AhsayOBM must be installed on the following Windows Operating Systems:
-| Windows 2012 | Windows 2012 R2 | Windows 2016 |  +| Windows 2012  | Windows 2012 R2  | Windows 2016  | Windows 2019  ​
-| Windows 8 | Windows 8.1 | Windows 10 | +| Windows 8     ​| Windows 8.1      | Windows 10    ​| ​              |
  
 === Temporary Directory Requirement === === Temporary Directory Requirement ===
-For Hyper-V 2008 and 2012 in both Non-Cluster and Cluster environment,​ the temporary directory ​__must be__ set to a local drive. ​ +1 . For Hyper-V ​server ​2008 / 2008 R2 / 2012 / 2012 R2 / 2016 / 2019 in Non Cluster environment,​ the temporary directory ​must be set to a local drive on the Hyper-V server.
  
-For Hyper-V ​2016 or above in a Non-Cluster environmentthe temporary directory ​can be set to a local drive, network drive or a cluster ​storage+2. For Hyper-V ​server ​in Failover ​Cluster environment
- +- Hyper-V server 2008 / 2008 R2 and 2012 / 2012 R2 the temporary directory ​must be set to a local drive of the cluster ​node
-For Hyper-V 2016 or above in a Cluster environment, ​the temporary directory must be set to a network drive or cluster storage accessible to all cluster members.+Hyper-V ​server ​2016 / 2019  ​the temporary directory must be set to the Cluster Shared Volume (CSV).
  
 The temporary directory should have at least the same available size as the guest VM to be restored. ​ The temporary directory should have at least the same available size as the guest VM to be restored. ​
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