current sector offset from diskmgmt GUI

Posted on 2009-12-28
Last Modified: 2013-11-14
Is it possible to see the current sector offset from diskmgmt console. If not what will be the easiest way to check that?

The drives are part of SAN and not local ones.

Question by:anushahanna
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    Accepted Solution

    See if this helps:
    Install trial - run it - right click on volume (if detected) and select Properties - Advanced. It will show the start of partition.
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    Author Comment

    Thanks noxcho, if it is not built-in, then it has to be an executable.- there is restrictions to iinstall on this server.

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