ISCSI target role

Presentation

The iSCSI target role turns your server into a storage array by creating virtual disks (vhdx) and presenting them to another server using the network.

Prerequisites

At least two servers:

  • a target server, which will present the volume (s).
  • an initiator server that will receive the volume (s).

The target server must be on Windows 2012 minimum. The client can be a client workstation from Windows 7 or a Windows Server.

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