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Originally posted on The Windows Server FCI Blog:

For Creating a ISCSI target on a cluster you get a high available iscsi target.

Sure you can run this on a single server (VM ) and move this between the hyper-v nodes.

for doing this in a cluster you need to do the following steps.

Add cluster Resource ISCSI target , fill in the netbios name that you want for the iscsi target

 

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give the target a disk that will hold the VHD files

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Now that the cluster resource is created the iscsi target is ready to use.

 

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There is no option in the cluster to start the iscsi target you have to start this in the server manager

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As here you can create a new VHD file and use this for targeting , I have no groups so this needs to be created first. I use a small disk just for testing.

 

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Posted February 19, 2013 by Robert Smit [MVP] in Windows 2008 R2

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