A. Yes. It's possible for a single Hyper-V host to have some VMs that are highly available using failover clustering and some that aren't clustered. You should take care, however, not to place non-clustered VMs on cluster storage because doing so can cause detection problems when the host starts and the VMs are removed from Hyper-V Manager. System Center Virtual Machine Manager won't let you create non-clustered VMs on a Hyper-V node that's part of a cluster, you have to use Hyper-V Manager.
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