Configuring iSCSI Target in Windows server 2016

In one of my previous post we discussed on the steps to configure Windows Server 2016 as an iSCSI Server. To access LUN created on iSCSI Storage system it is required to configure iSCSI targets on the servers where the iSCSI LUN should be accessible. iSCSI targets are created to manage connections between iSCSI storage …

Configuring Windows Server 2016 as iSCSI Server

In this post I’m going to show the steps to install and configure iSCSI Server in Windows Server 2016. iSCSI ( Internet Small Computer System Interface) allows to send SCSI command over LAN or WAN. iSCSI devices are disks, tapes, CDs, and other storage devices on another networked computer that you can connect to. While …

New in Windows Server 2016 Hyper-V

This post briefs the new and changed functionality of Hyper-V on Windows Server 2016 Technical Preview and Microsoft Hyper-V 2016 Server Technical Preview. Hyper-V 2016 will bring lots of new functionality and enhancements that will improve your data center and solve some of the limitations you might be experiencing. Compatible with Connected Standby Connected Standby …

Connecting Windows Server 2016 Nano Server using PowerShell

In one of my earlier blog I covered the process of creating your Nano Server Image and boot it as a virtual machine.  If you are familiar with Nano Server, we know Nano Server is a headless server. Being a headless server we cannot login to a Nano Server using console or RDP. The only …

Deploying Windows Server 2016 TP5 Nano Server as Virtual Machine

With Windows Server 2016 Technical Preview 2 Microsoft comes up with a concept of purpose-build operating system called Nano Server for born-in-the-cloud applications and containers. Nano Server is the refactored minimal install option for Windows Server optimized for cloud and DevOps workflows. To achieve deliberately small initial footprint functionalities like GUI stack, 32-bit support (WOW64), …