windows 2012 r2 storage space

is it possible to use the windows 2012 r2 storage space as a head for the virtual disk, I want to know if it will support cif's  located on a NAS and group them as one big drive in windows 2012. or can would present the disk as iscsi from the nas eample 5 x 2TB  but share it as one big volume 10TB without using dfs
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Cliff GaliherCommented:
You cannot use SMB or iSCSI for storage spaces. SAS, SATA, or USB are the only supported types.

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