Windows does not support disks that have been formatted to anything
other than  a 512byte block size. Block size refers to the low level
formatting of the disk and not the cluster or allocation size used by
NTFS. Be aware that using a disk with a block size larger than 512
bytes will cause applications not to function correctly.  You should
check with your iSCSI target manufacture to ensure that their default
block size is set to 512 bytes or problems will likely occur.For
further reference and knowledge you can consult www.microsoft.com/document
www.Stonefly.com and www.DNFstorage.com.

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