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iSCSI Drive larger than 2TB possible?

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Hello,

I have an Raid 5 with 5,5TB on an transtec nas with Windows 2003 Storage Server.

Everytime when I create a virtual drive larger than 2TB I get this error message:

"The wizard cannot create the virtual disk using the file XXX. The specified virtual disk size exceeds the currently supported size of 2048GB. Specify a smaller disk size. "

But it should be possible to create larger drives?! Does somebody has an hint for me? :)

greetings from Bern, Switzerland

Tobias
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