Wiping an HP Lefthand SAN

Good evening all,

What is a good way to wipe an HP LeftHand SAN?

For servers or desktops I typically use Active@ KillDisk and do a DoD 3-pass wipe if I need to reuse the disks. If I never need to use the disks again I send them to be degaussed.

But not sure on the SAN side of things. My guess is KillDisk probably won;t be able to see the disks on a SAN.

I know factory resetting isn't a real security wipe. Nor is reinitializing the RAID. Nor is moving the disks around to kill the RAID.

Suggestions?
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Gareth GudgerAsked:
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Davis McCarnOwnerCommented:
The drives are SATA.  Hook them up to another PC and use your KillDisk.
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Gareth GudgerAuthor Commented:
Yea that thought had crossed my mind.
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Davis McCarnOwnerCommented:
And?
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