I have a physical machine, to which I downloaded starwind.
I have a Vm workstation 7 installed on the physical machine
on Vm workstation I have installed windows 2008,and 2 ESX servers.
I would like to use Starwind to create a SAN storage for the 2 ESX servers to use.
Take a look at www.starwindsoftware.com/images/content/StarWind_ESX.pdf - the document is for ESX 3.5 but the chapter on configuring the Starwind target would still be correct no matter what ESX version
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