how do i determine which drive is which in vmware or vsphere?

I need to delete some unnecessary drive space. My virtual exchange server has 4 drives:

2 are 40 GB
2 are 255 GB

In vsphere I cant tell which drive is which it doesn't give a drive letter. One drive has the OS and the other has the Exchange install and exchange database. The other 2 need to be removed so that I can recover 300GB of space.
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Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE^2)Connect With a Mentor VMware and Virtualization ConsultantCommented:
if you look at the VM Settings, Disks, you will see that disks are created with


etc, against a SCSI ID.

if you look in Disk Management, you should be able to match

SCSI ID 0 against Disk 0 etc.

When you remove a disk, in VMware, first Remove from the VM, do not delete from disk, unless you have removed the incorrect disk.
ID10TzAuthor Commented:
ok checking it out now.
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