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Windows 2003-Mirror drive automatic failure notification

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Hi,

I have just installed a second hard drive on windows 2003 server on a mirror raid 1 enabled. I can check the status of the raid on computer management & everything is correctly done. How can i receive an automatic notification if one mirrored drive should fail?
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Miguel Angel Perez Muñoz earned 2000 total points
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Yo will need monitoring software to do that. This may help you: http://www.monitorware.com/common/en/articles/software_raid_monitoring_windows_2003.php
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