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Network and Storage Protocols
We are currently switching over from windows server 2008r2 to windows server 2012 in our enterprise. On Windows server 2008r2 we have had a few issues regarding Host-side SCSI Timeouts when using iSCSI.
On the following url to speak of this issue:
In Windows server 2008r2 this was handled by adjusting a couple of registry values:
◦Disk class driver's TimeOutValue
◦Microsoft iSCSI initiator specific SrbTimeoutDelta.
My question is: Has anyone experienced any problem regarding this issue on windows server 2012?
Second question: if so, has anyone found where these registry values are located in windows server 2012?
Hope you guys can help me out.
thanks in advance
Here’s a video that explains how to use the Volume Recovery Queue
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