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A Hyper-V Guest that has direct connected iSCSI disks cannot be replicated?

Question asked by Matt Feightner on Mar 4, 2016
Latest reply on Sep 13, 2017 by Kevin Litman

According to Microsoft, Hyper-V Replication can be done before any physical disks are connected to a Hyper-V guest Virtual Machine. After replication is completed, add the physical disks back.  However, this would have to be done anytime you wish to re-replicate the VM again, as any physical (iSCSI) disk will be detected upon the next replica cycle. 


Does anyone know if this has changed at all?  Is there any way to regularly replicate VMs that have iSCSI attached disks?


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