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Multiple iSCSI Targets
2013-06-07, 23:47
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RE: Multiple iSCSI Targets
Well, you described the issue a bit cumbersome, but if you're getting the error in the linked article, you're basically trying to connect to your SMB/CIFS server with two different user names at the same time. Windows doesn't support that. If the installation files is located on a server share on the same server, you'll need to connect to other resources on the same server using the same username/password/domain combination. If the installation folder is mapped using the guest account, then you'll need to use guest for other resources as well. If you don't use guest, make sure you use the same credentials. Sometimes caching in Windows can be a bitch and you need to restart the computer to make it kill the open sessions. I don't know the manual way of resetting the services that cache/hold the session open. I'd like to know, if anyone has an answer to that one, though.

Your iSCSI connection should not interfere with this, though. iSCSI and CIFS are two completely different protocols that don't share anything. iSCSI is a network block level disk protocol, while SMB/CIFS is a network filesystem.
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Multiple iSCSI Targets - dot64 - 2013-06-03, 22:42
RE: Multiple iSCSI Targets - dot64 - 2013-06-07, 14:03
RE: Multiple iSCSI Targets - robinsmidsrod - 2013-06-07 23:47

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