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TestOut Security + Chapter 7Partition And Fault ToleranceYou are the IT administrator for a small corporate network. You have installed theWindows Server 2019 operating system on a server named CorpServer2. During thisinstallation, you created a single partition that took up the entire first disk. You would liketo add fault tolerance to the system volume and create an additional fault tolerantvolume for storing data. Four additional, uninitialized hard disks have been installed inthe server for this purpose.In this lab, your task is to complete the following:To add fault tolerance for the System (C:) volume, create a mirrored volumeusingDisk 1.Create a new volume that provides both fault tolerance and improvedperformance using the following settings:oDisks:Disk 2,Disk 3, andDisk 4oVolume size:2048000 MB(2 TB)oDrive letter:RoFormat:NTFSoVolume label:DataTask SummaryMirror the C: driveCreate a RAID 5 volume Hide DetailsCreate the Data volumeCreate the volume as a RAID 5 volumeCreate a 2 TB volumeAssign drive letter R to the new driveFormat the volume with NTFSExplanationIn this lab, you perform the following tasks:• On Disk 1, create a mirrored volume of the System (C:) volume to add fault tolerance.• Using Disk 2, Disk 3, and Disk 4, create a RAID 5 volume that provides both fault toleranceand improved performance using the following settings:o Volume size: 2 TBo Drive letter: Ro Format: NTFSo Volume label: DataComplete this lab as follows:1. Mirror an existing volume as follows:a. Right-click Start and select Disk Management.

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