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I have configure Starwind iSCSI free SAN software on windows 2008 server.
The configuration looks good since Windows iSCSI initiator can connect to Starwind .

But neither of the ESXi servers can see the new Starwind shared storage,  when I try to add storage then select Disk/LUN , nothing shows up in the window that opens up.

The storage Adapter is added and it shows up in the Vsphere console.

Any help will be very much appreciated.

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