How do I find out the Qualified Name of an iSCSI NIC?

I am writing up some documentation for some new servers that have replaced some older ones.  Our MSA was moved from one server to another, which is connected by iSCSI.

In the documentation for the old system we have a Qualified Name for the iSCI network connection on the server, but I don't know how to find out what this is on the new server.  I am assuming it is the same but I want to check.

How do I find this out?
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Robin CMSenior Security and Infrastructure EngineerCommented:
Start - Administrative Tools - iSCSI Initiator.
Discovered targets are shown with their IQNs. You might also check the Favorite Targets tab as this also shows you IQNs.

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bosshognzAuthor Commented:
Thanks robincm,

Have had a look and that shows me the targets - the MSA's IQN, but not for the server's NIC itself.  On the old documentation we have it clearly has the server's name in the IQN.
bosshognzAuthor Commented:
Ignore that comment - I found it on the configuration tab.

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