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Connecting an XFS formatted USB drive to a Windows Server

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Is it possible to connect a USB drive that is XFS formatted to Windows Server? Will Windows be able to discover it and read/write to it? If not... are there any drivers that can be installed that will allow this?
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No easy way but you may try this
http://polishlinux.org/linux/ext3-reiserfs-xfs-in-windows-thanks-to-colinux/

If it was ext2 there's an excellent driver for that
http://www.fs-driver.org/
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Thanks for the feedback.
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