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If using dynamic disks increases your options, isn t that a good thing Well, yes. But and it s a big but a dynamic disk complicates the disaster recovery process, and we dislike anything that creates potential issues in a disaster recovery scenario. We de nitely don t think dynamic disks are appropriate for a system disk. And we just have a hard time seeing the upside, given the functionality that a good RAID controller provides. If you do nd a need that can t be solved any other way, by all means use dynamic disks. There s no apparent performance cost, and you use the same tools to manage both dynamic disks in SBS and basic disks. But avoid converting your system disk to dynamic. And make sure your disaster recovery procedures are updated appropriately.
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Adding a new drive or partition to an SBS server is straightforward. First, obviously, you need to physically install and connect the drive. If you have a hot-swappable backplane and array, you don t even have to shut the system down to accomplish this task. If you re using conventional drives, however, you need to shut down and turn off the system. After the drive is installed and the system is turned on again, SBS automatically recognizes the new hardware and makes it available. If the disk is a basic disk that is already partitioned and formatted, you can use it immediately. If it s a brand new disk that has never been partitioned or formatted, you need to prepare it rst. If it s a dynamic disk or disks, but from another computer, you can use it as soon as you import it. If the disk is a basic disk that has already been formatted, you aren t prompted to upgrade it to a dynamic disk. If the disk has never been used before, the Initialize And Convert Disk Wizard prompts you.
Adding a New Disk Using the Initialize Disk Wizard
When you install a new hard drive, the drive is automatically recognized, and the Initialize And Convert Disk Wizard starts when you open Disk Management. To add a new disk, complete the following steps:
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Open Disk Management. If Disk Management recognizes a new disk, you see the rst page of the Initialize Disk Wizard, shown in Figure 11-2. This wizard initializes a disk so that it can be recognized by Windows Small Business Server 2008 and lets you select whether the disk should be an MBR or GPT disk.
Disk Management
FIGURE 11-2 The Initialize Disk Wizard
Clear any disks you don t want to initialize and select the partition style for the disks.
When the wizard nishes, you re at the main Disk Management console, shown in Figure 11-3. Notice that the disk is still not formatted or allocated and is highlighted in black (if you haven t changed the default color settings for the Disk Management console).
FIGURE 11-3 The main Disk Management console, showing the new disks
Creating a Simple Volume or Partition
To create a new simple volume or partition, complete the following steps:
In the Disk Management console, right-click the unallocated disk and choose the type of new volume you want to create. To create a partition, select New Simple Volume, as shown in Figure 11-4.
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