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my windows 2003 sever 64-bit cluster not supporting 14 TB GPT Disk  how i can solve this problam

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i am installing windows 2003 server 64-bit cluster i have 14.5 TB SAN but this storage cant see in cluster how ican solve this issue
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remove cluster service.  download and install  WindowsServer2003.WindowsXP-KB919117-x64-ENU patch  then make new cluster this problam will solve      
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