Diskless Install iSCSI Remote Boot with Intel Pro 1000/PT NIC Windows 2008 Installer doesnt see LUN

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Hello I have a Dell 2950 ||| and it has an Intel Pro 1000/pt Dual Port Server Adapter in it. I have configured the adapter for iSCSI remote boot, and during server startup the NIC is able to connect to my iSCSI LUN (Windows Storage Server w/ iSCSI Target Installed). When I go to install Windows 2008 Enterprise x64, I boot from the disc and everything seems fine. When I get to the "Where would you like to install?" page my iSCSI LUN doesnt appear in the selection. I have tried loading every driver for the NIC from both Intel and Dell but without any luck. Anybody have any ideas what I might be doing wrong? Thanks in advance. Jalalin7

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