Local versus SAN drives identification

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Microsoft Windows Server 2003
SAN
Windows Server 2008
Hi Friends,

How we can identify the drive that are Loacal Drive or SAN Drive in windows 2003 or 2008 server.

 

Thanks.

Aravind.



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  • Subhendu Sen
    Try using on CMD type as: net use and it shows these drives which r not local (for help type as: net use /?). U may also use Disk Management for this purpose.
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  • UK
    How we can identify in disk management. Please Rechil can you tell me. Thanks in advanmce.
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  • Subhendu Sen
    Please, see from MS suggestions
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