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iSCSI Target Server and #Microsoft Virtual Windows Server 2012 Cluster #WS2012 #Hyperv

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In de Servermanager of Windows 2012 Server you can add iSCSI Target Server.

Select a Disk location.

Give the Virtual iSCSI Disk a name

Size the iSCSI Virtual Disk

Create a New iSCSI Target

Give the iSCSI target a name

Create the iSCSI Virtual Disk

Assign the iSCSI Target to the virtual Clusternodes

Go to the iSCSI Initiator on the Cluster nodes and add the iSCSI Target Server

You Check the connectie on the Target Server that it is connected.

Bring the new iSCSI Virtual Disk online in Disk management

In your Clustermanager you can add the virtual iSCSI target disk to your virtual cluster on Windows Hyper-v 2012

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Author: James van den Berg

I'm Microsoft Architect and ICT Specialist and Microsoft MVP System Center Cloud and Datacenter Management

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