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Setup DPM to backup to NAS

I have several Network Attached Storage (NAS) devices on my network which all support iSCSI.

How can I setup Microsoft Data Protection Manager to backup to one of these NAS devices? Can this be done by installing and using iSCSI Target Server?

Or can I do this by creating a virtual VHDX disk that is stored on the network share of this NAS?

I understand this will probably take special configuration within Server 2016 to connect to the NAS device using iSCSI and I am hoping to get all the steps on how to do this.
* Data Protection Manager (DPM)* NASStorageMicrosoft Server OSStorage Hardware

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