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How do I get a Poweredge RAID1 array to recognize larger hard drives

I have replaced 2-36gb hard drives in a RAID1 array (01) on a PowerEdge 1800 server.  This array is my Drive D, and does NOT contain the operating system, which is on another RAID1 array (00, Drive C).  I have reconstructed the two new drives and they are working just fine.  HOWEVER, they still show up in Disk Management (and everywhere else) as 36gb.  How do I get the server to recognize that Drive D is now a 73gb drive and no longer 36gb?
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jamietonerCommented:
You'll need to do an array reconstruct from openmanage storage manager and expand the array to include the currently unused section of the drives. Make sure to a take a backup before starting the reconstruct.
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classicmark1Author Commented:
"Reconstruct" led me up the wrong path at first (I confused it with "Rebuild).  My version of OpenManage calls for "Reconfigure".
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