Update: Don’t miss http://www.nullsession.com/2009/06/17/a-guide-to-iscsi-target-software-for-windows/ where I’m listing different iSCSI target software. Or the video which shows the installation of them and how to add one basic target. (I’m not testing advanced features or listing them though since we all have different needs and budgets)
Jose Barreto has posted an article on how to install the iSCSI software target on Windows Server 2008 over on Technet blogs: http://blogs.technet.com/josebda/archive/2008/05/21/installing-the-vds-hardware-provider-for-the-microsoft-iscsi-software-target-on-windows-server-2008.aspx. What’s kind of annoying is that the software is only released to OEM’s and not available from Microsoft otherwise. Today when the hype of virtualization is upon us again it’d be nice with that piece of complement in the setup. If you want to run Windows Server 2008 as an iSCSI target today there’s still software available.
I’ve found the following:
Have you found any other iSCSI target software? Let me know!