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How to remove iSCSI volume from Windows Server 2012 R2  - Step by step with screenshots 


1. To remove the iSCSI volume from Windows Server 2012 R2, 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 Offline.


2. Now, open iSCSI Initiator. Under Target, remove the target by clicking Disconnect.


3. Under Discovery, Remove the Target Portals.


4. Remove Favorite target from Favorite Target.


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

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