Anyone know a way of force dismounting an iSCSI volume from windows 2008? I need to redimension the iSCSI volume, but the applicance says it can only do this when its not in use, so I need to dismount it from windows. However I can't seem to find a way to do this.
I could just bring down the server and do it that way. However, now that I've hit the problem I'd like to find a solution. What would someone do on a big production server?
The volume doesn't have anything using it. Its shared using the standard admin share (like Z$) and a basic share. Noone is using it except for the windows Server process. However this should not prevent removal of the volume from the system, after all you an eject a DVD when it is shared.
Anyone any idea how to do this?