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How to configure Starwind iSCSI SAN & NAS for 2 Hyper-V 2012r2 servers

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I'm trying to follow the PDF:  StarWind iSCSI SAN & NAS: Configuring HA Storage for Hyper-V, October 2012

And I am finding it extremely confusing.

I do not want help using this document.  I want to close this document and never open it again.

What I would really like is a link to a set of steps that really works, clearly and unambiguously.  A youtube video, maybe?

Anyway, if I don't find an alternate set of instructions, I'm wiping Windows on my two Node servers, reinstalling HyperV without a trace of any Starwind anywhere on either server and I will forever forget that I ever heard the name Starwind.

I would love for it to work, but the document is 100% garbage.  Too bad.

I hope there is someone out there who made this work and has documented the step-by-step setup instructions clearly.

Thanks in advance for any help you can give me on this.
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I made these videos for VMware, if these are any help...

Video Tutorial - Eazy Peezy Lemon Squeezy iSCSI Storage by StarWind iSCSI SAN Software

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