Currently, we are running MIKE 21 on five separate Windows 2012 servers with 64 cores each. What we would like to accomplish is to be able to run a project using the resources from all five machines instead of one. I know this is possible with other software, as we currently have a Linux HPC we use.

I've setup a test environment with Microsoft HPC Pack 2016 and clustered a few machines together, and I'm not having a lot of luck getting the simulations to work.

From the DHI website:
"You can run your simulations with MIKE 21 and MIKE 3 on a high performance computer (HPC), which means that you can speed up your simulations significantly."

Is it possible to setup MIKE 21 to run on a Windows HPC or can it only be done on Linux?