A. When Microsoft iSCSI Target is installed, it checks the OS to ascertain if the OS is clustered. If the OS is clustered, the iSCSI target installs in a high availability mode, where shared storage and cluster resources are used. At this time, it isn't possible to install the iSCSI Target in standalone mode onto a server that's part of a failover cluster.
- Q. Should I disable NetBIOS over TCP/IP on my Windows Server 2008 R2 Cluster Shared Volume (CSV) cluster networks?
- Q. How do I manually and cleanly perform a disk defragmentation or use Chkdsk on a Cluster Shared Volume (CSV)?
- Q. Do any third party disk defragmentation tools support Cluster Shared Volumes (CSVs)?
- Q. Can a Hyper-V guest use pass-through disks and still use Live Migration?
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