Home | Troubleshooting |  Quick Setup  |  Cisco How to  |  Wireless  |  Forums   | Site Map | Services  | About Us | Chicagotech MVP  | Search  | Contact Us  |              

 

 

How to remove iSCSI volume from Windows Server 2003  - Step by step with screenshots 

 

1. To remove the iSCSI volume from Windows Server 2003, we need to remove the mounted Disk from Disk Management. Open the Disk Management, righ-clcik on the Disk you want to remove, click on Change Drive Letter and Paths.


  

2. In Change Drive Letter and Paths for, click Remove.

 

3. Now, open iSCSI Initiator. Under Target, remove the target by clicking Log On and then Log off.

 

4. Under Persistent Target, Remove the Target.

 

5. Now, you have removed the iSCSI volume from the server success fly.

 


Post your questions, comments, feedbacks and suggestions

Contact a consultant

Related Topics


 

 


 

 

Hit Counter   This web is provided "AS IS" with no warranties.
Copyright 2002-2017 ChicagoTech.net, All rights reserved. Unauthorized reproduction forbidden.