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  • Looking for a walkthrouh - Attaching SAN to 2003

    Hello to all. I was hoping someone would be able to provide more info on how to attach an iSCSI SAN to a Windows 2003 DC, creating volumes, LUNs, and targets, and creating shares. Preferrably a tutorial with pictures

    Thanks in advance!
    Last edited by phoeneous; 4th August 2008, 13:57. Reason: title typo

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    Re: Looking for a walkthrouh - Attaching SAN to 2003

    This site is a little difficult to navigate at times, but I have found a few tidbits about SAN storage when I was researching things.
    http://www.enterprisestorageforum.com/sans/

    You might also browse the support channels of the vendor that is supplying your hardware. They should have some technical docs on how to use their products.

    HTH, I havn't had the chance to play with SANs that much.
    Jake G

    Former Microsoft MVP - IIS ('02-'06)

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    • #3
      Re: Looking for a walkthrouh - Attaching SAN to 2003

      You can download the official document from here: http://www.microsoft.com/windowsserv...ployiscsi.mspx

      There is a good description for each deployment scenario there.

      You can also get more Info on the iSCSI implementation in a Microsoft Env and download the latest iSCSI initiator from here:http://www.microsoft.com/WindowsServ...i/default.mspx

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        Re: Looking for a walkthrouh - Attaching SAN to 2003

        first you must have fiber connection between the server and SAN area

        then using SAN management console depend on your SAN Solution to create a partition for the server and then you can manage the partion through Disk managemet mmc and deal with it like any new HDD attached

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