Identify SCSI ID's in Win2003

PowerEdge 2850
April 25, 2006 at 00:41:10
Specs: Windows 2003 Server, 3Ghz 2Gb RAM

I have a problem with Dell PowerVault 110T DLT drive, in that I am unable to configure the device or see the device in Server 2003. I want to check the SCSI ids to see if it's a connection problem but can't see how to do this without downing the server and hitting CTRL+A to get into the SCSI utilities. Is there a way I can find this information out without downtime?

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#1
April 25, 2006 at 05:42:03

I purchased the same unit and had to install the Dell software which came with the unit. In device manager look under tape drive, this will not give you scsi ids but why worry about scsi ids when you can have up to 15 device on a scsi chain. If you did not see it in device manager then you must power down the unit then restart; check your cable connection before restarting. Also look in back of the unit as it will tell you what scsi id you are using.


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#2
April 25, 2006 at 10:45:12

Also, be aware SCSI requires a terminator at the end of the chain.

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