I have multiple disks in VMware which are configures as follows
I have a 750 GB disk
a 100 GB disk and a 300 GB disk
In windows server 2003 these disks are all one drive letter that had been extended over time.
Meaning in disk management 3 disks are listed and they are all the D: drive which spans each disk.
I now want to access the D: drive from another virtual Guest.
I want to shutdown the first guest and then connect the 3 Virtual disks to the new Virtual Guest and when I power up the new guest I want to be able to access all the files which were on my first Virtual guest 2003 server OS d: drive.
Please let me know any solutions that are available.
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