Here is what you can do, use bootutil utility to disable the ISCSI remote boot, Copy the bootutil.exe into a bootable USB drive, then boot from the USB drive to
enter into DOS mode. Please refer to the extacted list of command here:
Disables FCoE, iSCSI and PXE functionalities for legacy BIOS.
Enables port as iSCSI primary and disables PXE/FCoE for legacy BIOS.
Enables port as iSCSI secondary and disables PXE/FCoE for legacy BIOS.
Enables PXE and disables iSCSI/FCoE boot for legacy BIOS.
Enables FCoE and disables iSCSI/PXE boot for legacy BIOS.execute bootutil command to disable the ISCSCi boot,
For more information, please visti below link for reference:
Unfortunately, that don't work. I've tried both bootutil from Winx64 folder under Windows 8.1 x64, and from Dos folder under FreeDOS booted from USB flash. Bootutil shows info about NIC, and thats all. I've tried -ALL option, but it still don't work.