Resizing iSCSI volume

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In windows 2003, there is an iscsi target connected to an equallogic SAN. If i resize this target to higher size, will it be effective in the windows iscsi drive automatically? I mean without using diskpart or DM?

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elf_binCommented:
No you'll also have to "tell" Windows that it's now bigger than it was.

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jakethecatukCommented:
If you increase the size of the LUN on the Equallogic SAN, you will then need to increase the size of the partition under Windows.  The space isn't automatically allocated to the partition.

Using diskpart will increase the size of the partition (with the correct syntax obviously).
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BasheerptAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the answers.
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