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iscsibootprepw2k3 [2006/12/11 06:33]
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 These instructions assume that you have an installation of Windows Server 2003 on a local hard disk.  We will make this installation iSCSI-boot-capable,​ then copy it to a remote iSCSI target and boot from it. These instructions assume that you have an installation of Windows Server 2003 on a local hard disk.  We will make this installation iSCSI-boot-capable,​ then copy it to a remote iSCSI target and boot from it.
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 +{{ iscsiboot/​msconnect.png?​413x313|Microsoft Connect download page}}
  
 If you have not yet applied Service Pack 2 or higher, you will need to install hotfix KB902113, available via http://​support.microsoft.com/​kb/​902113/​en-us. ​ Note that this hotfix cannot be downloaded directly; it must be requested from Microsoft Product Support Services. ​ It's probably easier to install Service Pack 2. If you have not yet applied Service Pack 2 or higher, you will need to install hotfix KB902113, available via http://​support.microsoft.com/​kb/​902113/​en-us. ​ Note that this hotfix cannot be downloaded directly; it must be requested from Microsoft Product Support Services. ​ It's probably easier to install Service Pack 2.
  
-You will also need to install the boot-capable ​Microsoft iSCSI Initiator. ​ You must obtain this from http://​connect.microsoft.com by signing up with the invitation code ms-8RR8-6K43. ​ This is **not** the standard Microsoft iSCSI Initiator; you need the boot-capable version.+You will also need to install the Microsoft iSCSI Software ​Initiator ​Boot Version.  You must obtain this from http://​connect.microsoft.com by signing up with the invitation code ms-8RR8-6K43. ​ This is **not** the standard Microsoft iSCSI Initiator; you do need the special ​boot-capable version.
  
 Reboot after installing, and check that the system comes up correctly. ​ You can now proceed to [[iscsiboot#​Transferring the operating system image to an iSCSI target]]. Reboot after installing, and check that the system comes up correctly. ​ You can now proceed to [[iscsiboot#​Transferring the operating system image to an iSCSI target]].
  
  

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