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Encoding Code 39 Extended in C# Lesson 2

Lesson 2
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Configuring Disks and Volumes
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Drawing Code 39 Full ASCII In .NET Framework
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Exercise 3: Using DiskPart
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1. Open a command prompt. 2. Type diskpart and press ENTER. The DISKPART> prompts appears. 3. Type and press ENTER. A list of Diskpart commands appear. 4. Type list disk and press ENTER. A list of the disk or disks in Server01 appears. 5. Type create volume simple size = 250 disk = 0 and press ENTER. 6. Type list volume and press ENTER. A new volume has been created. The new volume appears with an asterisk before its name. The asterisk denotes that the volume is selected. Notice that there is no drive letter assigned to the volume. 7. Type assign letter z and press ENTER. 8. Type list volume and press ENTER. The letter Z is assigned to the selected volume. 9. Type extend size=250 disk=0 and press ENTER. 10. Type list volume and press ENTER. The selected volume (drive Z) is now 500 MB in size. 11. Type exit and press ENTER. The command prompt reappears. 12. Type format z:/fs:NTFS/v:Extended_Volume/q and press ENTER. A warning message appears stating that all data will be lost on drive Z. 13. Press Y and then press ENTER. A quick format with NTFS is performed on drive Z. 14. Type exit to close the command window.
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Exercise 4: Extending Volumes Using Disk Management
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1. Open Disk Management. 2. Right-click Extended_Volume and choose Delete Volume. 3. Confirm the deletion of the volume by clicking Yes. 4. Right-click Data_Volume and choose Extend Volume. The Extend Volume Wizard appears. 5. Click Next. 6. Change the amount of space being used to extend the volume to 500 MB. 7. Click Next. 8. Read the summary information. Click Finish.
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Managing Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Disk Storage
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Exercise 5: Drive Letters and Mounted Volumes
1. Right-click Data_Volume and choose Change Drive Letter And Paths. 2. Change the drive letter to X. 3. Right-click Data_Volume (X:) and choose Open. Windows Explorer opens. 4. Create a folder called Docs. 5. Close Windows Explorer. 6. Right-click unallocated space on Disk 0 and choose New Volume. 7. Create a simple volume using all remaining space on the disk. Instead of assigning a drive letter, mount the volume in the path X:\Docs. Format the volume NTFS and label the volume More_Space. 8. Open Windows Explorer and make sure that Status Bar is selected in the View menu. Examine the X: volume. How much free space is shown What free space is reported when you open the Docs folder
Lesson Review
The following questions are intended to reinforce key information presented in this lesson. If you are unable to answer a question, review the lesson materials and try the question again. You can find answers to the questions in the Questions and Answers section at the end of this chapter. 1. This question continues the scenario that was presented in question 1 of the review in Lesson 1. You have installed a new 200-GB disk drive. You configured it as a basic disk and created three primary partitions of 30 GB each to host the operating system, user home directories, and shared data. You configured an extended partition and two logical drives of 30 GB each to host applications installed on the machine and a software distribution point. There remains 50 GB of unallocated space on the disk. Several months later, you notice that three of the volumes are nearing capacity. You want to prepare for the likely event that one or more partitions will need to be expanded. What action must you take
2. What type of disk region supports logical drives a. Primary partitions b. Simple volumes
Lesson 2
Configuring Disks and Volumes
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c. Spanned volumes d. Extended partitions e. Unallocated space 3. You recently added a disk to a computer. The disk had previously been used in a computer running Windows 2000 Server. The disk appears in Device Manager but is not appearing correctly in Disk Management. What task must you apply a. Import Foreign Disk b. Format volume c. Rescan d. Change Drive Letter or Path e. Convert to Dynamic Disk 4. You attempt to convert an external FireWire disk from basic to dynamic, but the option to convert is not available. What is the most likely reason for this
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