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Cannot add local volume to index from windows search service

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I have server 2008 R2 with the windows search role installed on it.
The server has 3 volumes: C,D&F.
The sources from C are added to the catalog.
However i need to add a folder from the D volume but i notice that i only can select C and F volumes. D is missing?
The System account has ntfs permissions on D.
I cannot find the issue?
Thank you for help.
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Maybe D: is mounted as a folder on another drive?
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