A follow-up to my article on configuring iSCSI Initiator in Server Core & Hyper-V Server

There are real advantages to being a veteran of the IT industry… you learn to do something, and it continues to work through version changes; when people discover features in Windows 2008R2 I am often amused to point out ‘Yeah, that’s been there since Windows Server 2003… it’s just never been popular.’ One disadvantage, though, … Continue reading A follow-up to my article on configuring iSCSI Initiator in Server Core & Hyper-V Server

Server Core, Target, and Initiator: Commanding them to work!

Many of you (thousands, impressively!) read the three articles that I wrote in April for Microsoft Canada about Microsoft’s Software iSCSI Target 3.3.  If you didn’t, you can read them all now by clicking below: All for SAN and SAN for All Creating a SAN using Microsoft iSCSI Software Target 3.3 Creating HA VMs for … Continue reading Server Core, Target, and Initiator: Commanding them to work!