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I am starting to play with SSD drives, TRIM and Mirroring in a Server 2012 environment. I have two identical SSD drives on the mobo (SATA Ports). The OS is loaded. I downloaded a doc about how to establish mirroring but it seems way too complicated. Shouldn't I just be able to convert the boot SSD to dynamic and say "clone the entire disk to the second drive"?
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Yes, and you do that by converting the secondary drive to Dynamic, then right-clicking the boot disk and selecting Add Mirror and selecting the secondary disk to mirror to (in fact, I think you can even select a non-dynamic disk and it will convert it automatically).
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