Category Archives: CSV

Resolving Cluster Shared Volume “Redirected Access Mode” Error.

A while ago, I encountered a Cluster Shared Volume error in my lab. I logged into the Failover Cluster Manager and noticed multiple error status messages in the Cluster Events log. The System Log Event ID 5125 kept showing up … Continue reading

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Configuring Windows Server 2012 as an iSCSI Target SAN in a Two Host Failover Cluster Part 5

As it turns out, I already have two Virtual machines running on one of the cluster nodes. I set these up before the cluster creation. The VMs are currently not cluster roles/resources. I will go ahead and make one of … Continue reading

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Configuring Windows Server 2012 as an iSCSI Target SAN in a Two Host Failover Cluster Part 4

Here we go over my steps for the actual cluster creation, cluster and node validation, quorum setup and cluster shared volume configuration.We have by running a cluster validation on each node. This can be achieved with the following cmdlets: Test-Cluster … Continue reading

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Configuring Windows Server 2012 as an iSCSI Target SAN in a Two Host Failover Cluster Part 3

In the next part of the series, we will create a simple 1GB iSCSI virtual disk, assign it to the already configured target and verify the disk is visible to the iSCSI initiators. New-IscsiVirtualDisk -Description “Witness Disk” -Path g:\iscsivirtualdisks\Witness00.vhd -Size … Continue reading

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