In VCenter (to my ESXi 4.1 host) would like to allocate a storage pool from my SAN (via iSCSI) to a virtual server (2008 R2). So basically want a Virtual Server to have an iSCSO connection to SAN. I have a dedicated NIC in my ESXi host in which I will dedicate to this, and have this directly connected to SAN appliance. I have created a vswitch and have added the correct dedicated NIC to this. I have the iSCSI settings correctly configured on SAN appliance as well. When I go to storage adapters in vcenter I do NOT see the newly created iSCSI adapter. What am I missing? All I see is an iSCSI software adapter.
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