iSCSI Virtual Disk Status: Not Connected 166 Reputation points

I just create iSCSI on our Windows server 2019. The iSCSI initiator shows the target is connected.


However, Virtual Disk Status: Not Connected and I can't see the virtual disk on the Disk Management. Why?


Windows Server 2019
Windows Server 2019
A Microsoft server operating system that supports enterprise-level management updated to data storage.
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  1. Xiaowei He 9,821 Reputation points


    According to your screenshot, the target name connected to the client seems to be "", however the virtual disk is bind to the target name"Synology-iscsi", please check if the virtual disk is assigned to the correct ISCSI target which connected to the client.

    Thanks for your time!
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    Thank you . That is the problem.

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  2. More, Ashok - Ext 0 Reputation points

    My case iscsi initiator show connected and vdisk Target status also show connected but vdisk status given error due unable see disk in disk mgmt. Any suggestion

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