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How do I combine logical drives in Windows Server 2003

Posted on 2009-05-08
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I installed a new hard drive in my server and used the HP Array Configuration Utility to bring it online.  Instead of making Logical 1 Drive larger, it created a second logical drive.

How do I combine the two so that logical drive 1 has the added space it needs?
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Kieran_Burns earned 500 total points
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Delete the 2nd logical drive. Click on the 1st logical drive and choose extend.
You can make sure you are working on the correct drives by seeing which set are flashing. I ALWAYS do this as I am extremely paranoid when playing with ACU :-)
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