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Windows iSCSI doesn't reconnect automatically after reboot
Posted by Jane Tsai on 07 December 2015 07:02 PM

Windows iSCSI doesn’t reconnect automatically after reboot.

 

If you encounter the same issue, please try to setup as follows.

 

The way you access Microsoft iSCSI Initiator depends on your operating system.

 

In Windows Server, you can access the interface for Microsoft iSCSI Initiator by doing any of the following:

 

Click Start, click Control Panel, click Classic View, and then click iSCSI Initiator.

 

Click Start, click Administrative Tools, and then click iSCSI Initiator.

 

Click Start, in Start Search, type iSCSI, and then in Programs, click iSCSI Initiator.

 

Click Start, click Control Panel, in the search field, type iSCSI, and then in Administrative Tools, click iSCSI Initiator.

 

In Windows 7 or later, you can access the interface for Microsoft iSCSI Initiator by doing either of the following:

 

Click Start, in Start Search, type iSCSI, and then in Programs, click iSCSI Initiator.

 

Click Start, click Control Panel, in the search field type iSCSI, and then in Administrative Tools, click iSCSI Initiator.

 

 

1.Click on discover portal and go into Discovery Portal

 IP01.png

 

 

 

 2.To type the ISCSI target IP

 IP02.png

 

3.Select Local adapter as “Microsoft iSCSI Initiator” and Initiator IP as your NIC where the iSCSI Initiator is located.

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