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3rd February 2010

How To Build a Windows Cluster with Virtual PC and iSCSI – Part I

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On the Specify Image File device parameters page ensure that both Asynchronous mode and Allow multiple concurrent iSCSI connections (clustering) are both checked and then click Next

Choose a name for the target and click Next

On the Completing the Add Device Wizard summary page click Next

Click Finish to close the Wizard

We can now see that the Image File device ‘quorum’ has successfully been created

Create two further Image File devices which will be used as shared storage for the Windows Server cluster

The iSCSI target server is now configured and ready to be used. In the second part of this tutorial I will demonstrate how to install and configure the Microsoft iSCSI Initiator and then complete the Windows Server cluster installation.

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  1. 1 On February 4th, 2010, How To Build a Windows Cluster with Virtual PC and iSCSI - Part II » IIS Admin Blog said:

    […] In the first part of this tutorial we looked at how to setup an iSCSI target in a virtual machine. If you haven’t read the first part you can find it here : How To Build a Windows Cluster with Virtual PC and iSCSI – Part I […]

  2. 2 On February 5th, 2010, How To Build a Windows Cluster with Virtual PC and iSCSI - Part III » IIS Admin Blog said:

    […] which cover the pre-requisites for building a cluster under Virtual PC. You can find them here (http://www.iisadmin.co.uk/?p=91) and here […]

  3. 3 On June 7th, 2012, Linus said:

    use Win2008 it has iscsi Support 🙂

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