Can't Vmotion VM that is Using Software ISCSI Initiator to Host Volume

I can't seem to vMotion vMware virtual machines  that are using the Windows Software iSCSI initiator to host volumes.  I guess that the NICs that are configured on the server for iSCSI traffic are on a network this is called something else on the other ESX 4.0 host?  How do I change that?  
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Paul SolovyovskySenior IT AdvisorCommented:
Make sure the vSwitches have the same label.  Have you configured vmotion on the switches and are just having issues with VMs with MS iscsi inititiators or all the VMs?

Can you post the error, it coud be something else such as connection to a physical CDRom.

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LarsArvidsonAuthor Commented:
The switches had different labels.
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