I'm having an issue with a Windows 7 SP1 (x86) installation that I installed
directly to an iSCSI target. The system has three NICs in it but it appears
that Windows has developed an unhealthy attachment to the one it used during
install. gPXE/Etherboot will use any of the cards to boot up, but once
Windows gets to the part where it should take over the system just reboots.
The system works fine otherwise, but this prevents me from teaming/bonding
the cards, replacing a bad card, or setting up any kind of fault tolerance.
On a related note, what is the recommended way to get more bandwidth to the
iSCSI target using gPXE and Windows 7? MPIO and MCS appear to be disabled
Any advice you can offer is greatly appreciated.
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