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The SnapDrive for Windows can not connect the iSCSI LUNs

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Applies to

  • SnapDrive for Windows 7.x
  • Microsoft Cluster Shared Volumes

Issue

The SnapDrive for Windows can not connect the iSCSI LUNs which are the Microsoft Cluster Shared Volumes followed the errors:

Example:
------------------------- SnapDrive Operation Start ---------------------------------
Disk connect operation on server - HYPER-server failed for reason
The node (HYPER-server) is not the owner of the cluster group (Available Storage). If it is a cluster system this situation occurs while creating Cluster Shared Volumes from non owner node. Please try this operation from node (HYPER-server2) which owns (Available Storage) Cluster group.

 

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