SAN maximum disk size

Posted on 2009-02-20
Last Modified: 2012-05-06
Can someone tell me what 's the maximum size for the SAN disk that can show in windows 2003?
let's say disk G is located in the SAN and shows up in windows 2003 as local disk, what is the maximum size that disk can have?

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    On 32bit Windows OS, the largest size that windows can see is 2TB from an external storage.  Inside Windows you can then extend volumes to be large drives.

    If you have a 64bit OS, you can see drives larger than 2TB.

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