How to replicate multiple Hyper-V VM's to multiple locations on the same target host

I have a backup server that I want to replicate many Hyper-V VM's to.  This backup server has multiple hard drives.

But it seems like I can only designate a single location on the backup server to be the "location to store Replica files".

Is there a way to use all my hard drives on the backup server to receive Hyper-V replicas?

Thanks.
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bbaoIT ConsultantCommented:
if the backup server is Windows 2012, you may consolidate the multiple drives into one large volume in order to back up more VMs under a single backup location.

the following blog posts give the details you need to merge the volume yourself.

http://techstrick.blogspot.com.au/2012/07/How-to-combine-partition.html

http://lifehacker.com/5986883/how-to-combine-multiple-hard-drives-into-one-volume-for-cheap-high+capacity-storage

hope it helps,
bbao
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