Tag: iSCSI

What is Hyper-V over SMB?

Hardware, Hosting, Microsoft, PowerShell, System Center, Virtualization, Windows Server • 8 Comments

With the release of Windows Server 2012 Microsoft offers a new way to store Hyper-V Virtual Machine...
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How to build a iSCSI Target Cluster on Windows Server 2012

Microsoft, Virtualization, Windows Server • 22 Comments

In Windows Server 2012 Microsoft introduced the new iSCSI Target which is now build in to Windows Server 2012 which allows you to connect...
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Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V Converged Fabric

Hardware, Microsoft, PowerShell, Virtualization, Windows Server • 31 Comments

In Windows Server 2008 R2 we had some really simple configurations and best practices for Hyper-V and network configurations. The problem...
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Create a Windows Server 2012 iSCSI Target Server

Microsoft, Virtualization, Windows, Windows Server • 3 Comments

In my Lab I don’t have a good storage which I can use for my Hyper-V Clusters. But with Windows...
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Hyper-V Server: Enable Jumbo Frames on Intel NICs

Hardware, Microsoft, Virtualization, Windows Server • One Comment

If you are using iSCSI as storage connection you can win a lot of performance by enabling jumbo frames. It is important that your Storage,...
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