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Virtual ISCSI SAN Disk for VMware workstation

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    I’m a bit rusted using VMware but I am familiarized with the product. In fact, I am actually using (for testing purposed) a Windows 2008R2 Cluster that runs a SQL 2012 failover instance on it.

    My question is about the required virtual SAN for the Cluster setup. I am currently running freeNAS and while I was able to configure, it is using some space on my SSD USB drive and would like to eliminate.

    I’ve heard that VMware provides free appliances and wonder if I can download a SAN disk that I can use for my setup. Something that I can just add as a disk on each node and maybe reconfigure my whole setup?

    Any link is highly appreciated…

    Thanks in advance,

    PS: I am using VMware workstation 9.0

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