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iSCSI target

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Hello,

I need some help with removing iscsi target from Windows 2003 server. I am using Netgear ReadyNAS 3200 for iSCSI target service, I have successfully created 1GB LUN for testing. I have also successfully added this target to Windows 2003 server using Microsoft iSCSI initiator and formated this target as basic disk, it shows up under My computer as local disk.
Now if I wanted to remove this target from Windows 2003 server what is the correct way, because I tried removing from initiator and then when I tried to re add it after reboot it would not connect. I had to reinstall initiator software, remove target from NAS and rebooted NAS in order establish connection again.
So I like to find what i did wrong and what is the correct way to remove target, if anyone can help.

Thank you.
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