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Can't add additional virtual hard disks in Virtual Server 2005 R2

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I have the primary channel (0) set to the OS vhd file. Then I have the secondary channel (1) set to another vhd file. I'm trying to create a handful more so I can simulate the OS seeing multiple hard drives attached. This is so I can test things like moving the Page File to another volume, separating database and log files per volume, etc.

However when I click on the virtual hard disk properties, the Add button is now missing after having 2 virtual hard disks. Any ideas?
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Never mind. I figured out I had to add additional scsi sets.
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