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Configuring Microsoft iSCSI initiator with HP MSA 2012i

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I have a HP MSA 2012i iSCSI SAN storage device connected to a Windows server 2003 server. My problem is working out how to get the Microsoft iSCSI initiator to connect to the MSA volumes.

If any one can point me in the right direction that would be great.
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