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Buffallo NAS Storage Issue

Posted on 2014-01-20
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Hi, Experts

I have NAS Storage device of 12 TB, its network storage  i need to create sql server 2008 Database on the NAS Storage device  , but problem is its allow map the drive but not consider as local drive like c:\ drive and the sql server database only allow to create database on local drive .

Is there is any way to solve this issue. ?
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By default, SQL will not allow you to store a database on a NAS unit. However, if the NAS meets certain write guarantees, then it may be possible.

See this MS article:-

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/304261
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