ENU_CrashDmp.txt Driver File Contents (Intel_LAN_v18.3_Windows_32.zip)

Intel(R) iSCSI Crash Dump Utility
September 17, 2012


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This utility allows you to configure iSCSI crash dump file generation from 
the Microsoft* Windows* command line. 

NOTE: Make sure the Microsoft iSCSI Initiator Service is running before you
run this utility. For Microsoft Windows Server 2003, you must download and
install the Microsoft iSCSI Initiator. Later operating systems include the
software. See HOTFIX KB939875 for more information.

Command Line Parameters
  -GET_ISCSI      Displays whether iSCSI boot crash dump is enabled or disabled.
  -ISCSI_ENABLE   Enables iSCSI boot crash dump file generation.
  -ISCSI_DISABLE  Disables iSCSI boot crash dump file generation.

Customer Support

- Main Intel web support site: http://support.intel.com

- Network products information: http://www.intel.com/network

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  • Click the Update Driver button, then follow the instructions.

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