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How to install and configure Microsoft Multipathing MPIO DSM??

Posted on 2012-03-12
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Hello experts,

I am looking for a  step by step guide to install and configure MPIO DSM on a windows server 2008. Please help, because i am a little bit confused.

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Is there a difference for the
MPIO configuration procedure
on  a windows server 2000 and a windows server 2008?
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@IanTh and @Elmar-H do you have a procedure with screenshots?
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