Gpt disk not validating in failover cluster
Windows i SCSI Target Software is a great way for you to provide storage for Failover Clustering and Spaces in a lab environment so you can play around with these new features.
This Step-by-Step Article assumes you have three Windows Server 8 servers running in a domain environment.
Biz Talk Server components or dependencies that can be configured as Windows Server cluster resources include the following: Windows Server 2003 only supports running MSDTC on cluster nodes as a clustered resource.
Windows Server 2008 supports running a local DTC on any server node in the failover cluster; even if a default clustered DTC resource is configured.
You will find that the i SCSI target role is a feature that is found under File And Storage Servers/File Services.
Just select i SCSI Target Server and click Next to begin the installation of the i SCSI Target Server role.
See my article on how to install Windows Server 8 on VMware Workstation 8.
If the nodes take about 15 minutes to boot because of the devices and the memory, it just adds to the frustrations. Your steps would now be: For those who like to see stuff on MSDN, you can get a little more information on the /IPS switch here.