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iSCSI device and files

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Hi i have an iSCSI device which is working great. I can see a number of files which are common to all connected machines, yet there are some missing which i have copied from one VM onto the mapped area, but dont show on the file share any ideas as i can see the majority of the files.

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Are you enabling MPIO on your device?
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will this also work on windows 7
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I didn't see this feature available for install on my Windows 7 box.
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iSCSI drive do not support Distributed file system. so you cannot connect the iSCSI device to
multiple server at a time.


Please connect the iSCSI device to one server only at time and then copy the data again.
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