iSCSI Management for Windows

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About iSCSI Management for Windows

Microsoft's strong support of iSCSI technology is leading to more and more adoptions of IP storage area networks with iSCSI. A popular SAN protocol, iSCSI (or Internet Small Computer System Interface) allows clients to send SCSI commands to storage devices on remote servers. This topic page features expert advice and tutorials for Windows administrators working with iSCSI, including information on dealing with targets (SCSI storage devices), initiators (Windows clients) and more. For those working with Windows 7 or Windows Server 2008, be sure to check out our tip on using the iSCSI Initiator, a utility included with Microsoft's latest desktop and server operating systems. If you're thinking of deploying iSCSI, you'll want to read these articles.