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Booting from the iSCSI drive

You can perform an iSCSI boot now that the system has been prepared and the operating system is present on the iSCSI target.

  1. Verify in the system BIOS that the iSCSI-enabled adapter is at the top of the boot order and boot the system.
  2. The system should boot over the network and operate as if it were a local disk drive.
  3. The iSCSI Boot screen should display briefly showing that the iSCSI boot driver is logging into the iSCSI Target. If you encounter any problems, see "Troubleshooting."