Before installing SQL Server you must:
Create the SQL Server resource group .
Add the resource for the SFW disk group that you created for SQL Server.
SQL virtual server installation requires a separate volume on which the system database files will be placed. Before installation, you create a Volume Manager Disk Group resource for the disk group that contains this volume. Creating this resource will enable SQL to monitor the system database files.
If you created additional SFW disk groups for SQL Server, for example, for user databases, you add Volume Manager Disk Group resources for those as well.
SQL Server installation adds the required SQL Server resources to the resource group and sets the appropriate dependencies for them.
To create the SQL Server resource group and add a disk group resource
Launch the Failover Cluster Manager snap-in by clicking Failover Cluster Manager.
Ensure you are connected to the required cluster.
For example, type SQL_DG_RES.