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How to check server using SAN or local disk drive in windows

Posted on 2009-06-30
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Hi,
I wonder how in Windows server we can determine current disk allocated are belongs to local disk or SAn disk, any command or windows tool can help me to identify the disk?
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by:Joseph Tshiteya
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What version of Windows are you working with?
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by:motioneye
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windows server 2003 mostly
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by:Joseph Tshiteya
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You may want to use "diskpart" from the command prompt and retrieve information about individual disks, partitions and/or volumes.
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Here is a link you might find helpful:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/300415

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