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  1 MANAGING DISK  STORAGE Chapter 12
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Chapter 12: MANAGING DISK STORAGE   2 CHAPTER OVERVIEW Understand disk-storage concepts and  terminology Distinguish between basic and dynamic storage Identify the types of storage volumes supported  on Windows Server 2003 managed disks  Identify the best RAID implementation given a  particular storage requirement in terms of capacity  utilization, fault tolerance, and performance Add storage to a Windows Server 2003 computer Manage disks using Check Disk, Disk  Defragmenter, and disk quotas
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Chapter 12: MANAGING DISK STORAGE   3 UNDERSTANDING WINDOWS SERVER  2003 DISK STORAGE Disk   The physical device Partition   An area of the disk that functions as a  physically separate unit of storage Volume   An area of a partition used for storing  data
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Chapter 12: MANAGING DISK STORAGE   4 USING BASIC STORAGE Supported by all versions of Windows and MS- DOS The default storage type for Windows Server 2003 Each disk is divided into partitions, which can be  either primary or extended
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Chapter 12: MANAGING DISK STORAGE   5 USING DYNAMIC STORAGE Supported by Windows 2000, Windows XP, and  Windows Server 2003 One disk, one partition Volumes are created within the partition Supports spanning, striping, and RAID  implementations
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Chapter 12: MANAGING DISK STORAGE   6 BASIC VS. DYNAMIC DISKS By default, all disks are basic. Basic disks can be easily converted to dynamic  disks. Converting a disk from dynamic to basic causes  all data to be lost.
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Chapter 12: MANAGING DISK STORAGE   7 USING DISK MANAGEMENT
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Chapter 12: MANAGING DISK STORAGE   8 ADDING STORAGE Physically install the disk(s). Initialize the disk. On a basic disk, create partitions. On a dynamic  disk, create volumes. Format the volumes. Assign drive letters to the volumes.
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Chapter 12: MANAGING DISK STORAGE   9 INSTALLING A DISK Physically install the disk.
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