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How to correctly operate check disk on a iscsi target

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Hi there!

I have a coraid unit and I use it with Starwind AOE Initiator.

It appears as disk o: and I need (copying problems) to run a checkdisk on it.

Can I simply use windows checkdisk or there are better / faster tools / best pratices?

Thanks
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windows chkdsk is the tool to use to check the file system.
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