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Recommened Settings for iSCSI initiator not working in server 2008

Ryan Funk
Occasional Visitor

Recommened Settings for iSCSI initiator not working in server 2008

This clip below is from a PDF on HP website and says Windows 2008. Problem is, this part does not work in 2008. Lanmanserver service breaks if you try to do this. Anyone get a work around for this issues for Win 2008 Server (and R2).?

Also see here for exact issue (again, this fix does not work in 2008):
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/870964

"Setting up the Service Dependency with sc.exe
LeftHand recommends setting sc.exe to create dependencies rather than
editing the registry. sc.exe is included with Server 2008 and can be run from
an alternate network computer.
From a DOS prompt, type sc config depend= MSiSCSI.
For example: sc config lanmanserver depend= MSiSCSI. Alternately, perform
this command from a networked computer if you have administrative access
to the server. To do this, type sc \\computer_name config LanManServer
depend= MSiSCSI.
You must use the real name of a service, not the display name. For example,
use "lanmanserver" as opposed to simply "Server" or “file shares”. A list of
all applicable service names is available by typing “sc query | more” from
a DOS prompt."
1 REPLY
Daniel.S
Occasional Visitor

Re: Recommened Settings for iSCSI initiator not working in server 2008

Had the same issue. Solved it by adding the original dependencies back in. See my blog post here: http://daniel.streefkerkonline.com/server-lanmanserver-service-fails-to-start-on-server-2008-after-iscsi-config/