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Create a larger than 2tb ISCSI volume with EMC VNXE 3100

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I have a new EMC VNXE that caps me at 2TB per lun. I am not able to utilize CIFS, which I understand can do this. But what I am doing is having the volumes presented to a virtual machine to share my data. So the question is, is there any other way to create a larger than 2TB disk with a VNXE 3100 than spanning the drives in windows?
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Unfortunately you are stuck with 2TB max lun size according to specs.

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