Windows admin center does not show disks

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When setting 2 servers up in a failover cluster (for SQL always-on), the sql server uses local disks on each server. However in Windows Admin Center we cant see the local disk on the servers neither in Files nor in Storage. Only disk show is C-drive.

For Servers not in a Cluster it works OK.

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This also happens to my 2019 Exchange servers. I assume for the same reason (Failover Cluster)