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sanboot:winnt_iscsi_debug [2009/02/20 12:28]
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sanboot:winnt_iscsi_debug [2009/10/29 15:51] (current)
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   * Did you install the checked build (the file ending in //​-x86chk.exe//​)? ​ If you installed the free build (the file ending in //​-x86fre.exe//,​ then you may not see any diagnostic messages.   * Did you install the checked build (the file ending in //​-x86chk.exe//​)? ​ If you installed the free build (the file ending in //​-x86fre.exe//,​ then you may not see any diagnostic messages.
  
-  * When you installed the boot-capable Microsoft iSCSI initiator, did you tick the option to "​Configure iSCSI Network Boot Support"​ and select the correct network card to be used for iSCSI boot?  ((This option is not available on Windows XP; you will need to also download and install [[:sanboot:winnt_iscsi_sanbootconf|sanbootconf]] in order to boot via iSCSI.))+  * When you installed the boot-capable Microsoft iSCSI initiator, did you tick the option to "​Configure iSCSI Network Boot Support"​ and select the correct network card to be used for iSCSI boot?  ((This option is not available on Windows XP; you will need to also download and install [[:sanboot:winnt_sanbootconf|sanbootconf]] in order to boot via iSCSI.))
  
-  * If you are using Windows XP, did you download and install [[:sanboot:winnt_iscsi_sanbootconf|sanbootconf]] in addition to the boot-capable Microsoft iSCSI initiator?+  * If you are using Windows XP, did you download and install [[:sanboot:winnt_sanbootconf|sanbootconf]] in addition to the boot-capable Microsoft iSCSI initiator?
  
   * If you are using iSCSI CHAP authentication,​ are all passwords at least 12 characters long?  (The Microsoft iSCSI initiator will refuse to attempt authentication with shorter passwords.)   * If you are using iSCSI CHAP authentication,​ are all passwords at least 12 characters long?  (The Microsoft iSCSI initiator will refuse to attempt authentication with shorter passwords.)
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 +  * Norton Internet Security'​s (at least 2009 and 2010) firewall is known to cause boot-time problems on XP.  Disable the firewall before transferring your disk image to the iSCSI server.
  
 ===== VMware-specific problems ===== ===== VMware-specific problems =====

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