Logical Partition Windows Server 2003

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Logical partitions
Microsoft Windows Server 2003
RAID
RAID 0
RAID configuration
Hi I am using windows server 2003 standard edition,with three RAID DISKS and I created RAID 0,with capacity totalling to 408 GB,now I want to create a partition.I can't get it right, need help

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you have to creaete a primary logical partition..and thats it..

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  • Ximba
    That is what I am trying to do but I am not winning when I go to computer management or using diskpart. any program that i can use.
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  • OldGoat1997
    3 disks and raid 0? How are the disks configured, hardware or software raid? What are the sizes of each disk? Something is not adding up with your configuration. When I set up my 2003 SBS server I set up raid 5 with 4 disks then just ran through the install - all went well.
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  • OldGoat1997
    Also - if you are using hardware RAID you probably will need to install a driver for the raid controller
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  • Ximba
    I managed to solve the problem it was my configuration. Thanks a lot
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