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mirroring

Can I mirror two drives using Windows 2000 Professional?  How?
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leystanCommented:
nope... have to have the windows 2000 server. sorry, professional only supports non-Fault Tolorant volumes types.
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hotsextoyCommented:
u need server class, professional wont cut it.

u can use professional to create a ,irroed volumes on a remote computer but that has to be running server class.

um if u dont want server then u could go with a hardware raid.  raid-5 is faster in read operations but slower in write operations.

there maybe 3rd party software that may allow u to do it
but i dont know how well they work and their performance...
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asahi1Author Commented:
Okay, that's the answer I kinda' expected.  Who do I give the points to?  Any other suggestions for fault tolerance if Raid isn't an option.
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citadelgradCommented:
You wouldn't want to use a software RAID. It is extremely slow even if you have 7200rpm drives. Blah!
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asahi1Author Commented:
Thanks.
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MoondancerCommented:
Thanks for returning and finalizing this.
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