imageOne of the services we introduced in Windows Server 2008 R2 was the iSCSI services (which was a free download)  In Windows Server 2012 this is built-in and easy to install.  You can also do a majority of the work in PowerShell.  In this part Keith takes a look at the iSCSI services and he does it all in PowerShell.  Check out his post here:

Speaking iSCSI with Windows Server 2012 and Hyper-V - Become a Virtualization Expert in 20 Days! ( Part 7 of 20 )

BTW, Part 6 is coming soon!  We hope you enjoy the series, and if you have any suggestions let us know.  If you missed any part of the series you can find them here:  20 Days of Server Virtualization