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Windows Server 2012 R2 iSCSI boot
2015-04-17, 19:01
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RE: Windows Server 2012 R2 iSCSI boot
(2015-04-14 18:42)paquetp Wrote:  I'm stumped. I can get it to work on an older laptop with only one NIC - does that help?

Difficult to say what might be the problem. It could be related to the multi-port NIC. The iBFT has a design assumption that each Ethernet device corresponds to a single PCI bus:dev.fn, and anything which doesn't fit into that model (e.g. multi-port NICs attached to the same PCI bus:dev.fn, or NICs where the drivers support iSCSI offload) can break because this simplistic assumption is incorrect.

If you are in a position to attach a Windows kernel debugger, then the output from "!devnode 0 1" after the BSOD occurs would be useful.

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