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How to remove a virtual disk

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Deleting a virtual disk from the registry that is used in the operation of the computer can lead to system corruption and data loss.

Before you delete a virtual disk,Check and make sure that no iSCSI target requires access to it, no application uses this virtual disk, and that all information is safely stored.

Instructions

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Removing a virtual disk from the console does not lead toDelete its file. If the virtual disk that you need to remove is the more you need, and the information that it contains is to be saved, you can manually delete the virtual disk (VHD) file from the computer. Also, if necessary, you can simply temporarily turn off the virtual disk.

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Deleting a virtual disk from the consoleThe iSCSI software target (Microsoft). Suppose you need to remove the virtual disk of the iSCSI program goal console (Microsoft). For this we need to go through the following steps:

In the Microsoft iSCSI console tree, click Devices.

In the results pane, right-click the virtual disk that you want to delete, and then click Delete Virtual Disk.

Click Yes to confirm the deletion.

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To implement these tasks, you need your membership in the local group? Administrators ?.

To open the iSCSI target application, go to the Start menu, and then go to the "Administration" item.

Make your choice on the item "Microsoft iSCSI End Applications".

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There is another way to open the "iSCSI Software Target" component: for this you need to click the "Start" button, select "Run" and enter iscsitarget.msc.

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There are also other programs to removeDisks, such as Alcohol 120%, Nero. Which one to use, you decide, but you must choose the program with which you created the virtual disk that you want to remove.

How to remove a virtual disk Was last modified: May 23rd, 2017 By Rupvyilc
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