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I had a windows 2008 R2 Standard server which the power supply failed on. While the power supply was down I took one of the hard drives out and plugged and shared it locally on the network. I have now fixed the power issue on the server. I was wondering how do i get the more up to date drive to update the second hard drive in the server so they are both mirrored.
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expand on 'i took the drive out and shared it', how exactly and what changes did you make to this drive ?
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For this you need to erase the drive inside the box (I assume it was Mirror - dynamic or physical). And then rebuild the mirror. But first backup.
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