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You have a server named LON-DC1 that runs Windows Server 2012 R2. An iSCSI virtual disk named VirtualiSCSI1.vhd exists on LON-DC1 as shown in the
exhibit. (Click the Exhibit button.)

You create a new iSCSI virtual disk named VirtualiSCSI2.vhd by using the existing itgt iSCSI target.
VirtualiSCSIl.vhd is removed from LON-DC1.
You need to assign VirtualiSCSI2.vhd a logical unit value of 0.
What should you do?

A. Run the Set-VirtualDisk cmdlet and specify the -Uniqueld parameter.

B. Run the Add-IscsiVirtualDiskTargetMapping cmdlet and specify the -Lun parameter.

C. Run the iscsicli command and specify the reportluns parameter.

D. Run the Set-IscsiVirtualDisk cmdlet and specify the -DevicePath parameter.

Explanation:
The Add-IscsiVirtualDiskTargetMapping cmdlet assigns a virtual disk to an iSCSI target. Once a virtual disk has been assigned to a target, and after the iSCSi
initiator connects to that target, the iSCSI initiator can access the virtual disk. All of the virtual disks assigned to the same iSCSI target will be accessible by the
connected iSCSI initiator.
Parameter include: -Lun<Int32>
Specifies the logical unit number (LUN) associated with the virtualdisk. By default, the lowest available LUN number will be assigned.
References: Add-IscsiVirtualDiskTargetMapping
https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj612800(v=wps.630).aspx

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