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  • Roman_k
    I have just taken over a small network to support and cannot get my head around with one thing.
    We have 2 Hyper-v servers with iSCSI storage clustered. All Cluster Disks in Storage in Failover Cluster Manager points to a folder on the C drive (C:ClusterStorageVolume1 Volume2 etc) but I just cannot find the place where those iSCSI volumes are actually mapped to those folders (In Disc manager Change Drive Letter for iSCSI volumes is blank and there is no shortcuts to volumes in C:ClusterStorageVolume1 folders) so I cannot unmount them. I have figured out which volume for which folder, but still dont understand how it works.
    Also we have one VHD file mounted as H drive but I just cannot find how its mounted (just figured out it points to VHD), in Disk Manager its called “Msft Virtual Disk SCSI Disk Device”.

    Hope it makes sense.
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