Server 2019 VDI on Hyper-V cluster


I’m not sure what to put this under but I am having an issue with creating a Microsoft VDI collection on to a Hyper-V cluster.

I have 3 Hyper-V hosts in a cluster and the Connection Broker is a VM on this cluster.  I am trying to deploy to the same cluster.

From this connection broker I can create the collection fine if I select to store the VM on the virtualization host at a specific folder but if I choose to store on a cluster shared volume then the setup fails with the following (original VM names and ID

Failed to export virtual machine "VMTemplate". Can not merge Automatic VHD chain for ‘C:ClusterStorageVolume1VDIVMTeplate_1833A97A-5803-480E-8659-E44C01D950DA.avhdx’

I did notice that the Connection Broker creates a folder "C:ClusterStorageVolume1VDIWin10" on itself (Win10 is the collection name I was giving it).

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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