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I have added a volume on my Dell Equalogic San.  How to i add the drive to my Windows 2008 server
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Im assuming that your using an iscsi san

http://www.windowsnetworking.com/articles_tutorials/Connect-Windows-Server-2008-Windows-Vista-iSCSI-Server.html

about 3 quarters on the way down is the instructions on using the iscsi connector step buy step

this is for connecting to a iscsi san
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right- let me try it out- will let you know
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Quick and excellent answer- thanks
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sweet no worries thanks for the points ;-)
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