This video demonstrates the additional volume options available when you upgrade from basic to dynamic disk configurations on Windows Server 2019.
- [Instructor] Innovation is important,…but it's nice when we find out…that some of the existing technology…has stood the test of time.…The partition and volume options on Windows server…are one thing that has remained constant.…Every hard disk has three layers of preparation…and this model has been in tact…for as long as I can remember.…The first layer is the type of partition table.…Traditionally, a master boot record has held this table…and the BIOS of a computer was designed…to read this table to find system partitions.…
Well, BIOS on computers is being upgraded…and ultimately replaced by a technology…that supports bigger hard drives,…faster boot times, and overall, better hardware integration.…UEFI is that new technology…and new hard drive partition tables have evolved…along with it.…The GUID partition table or GPT configuration…is the default setting for a Windows 2019 server.…
Once we have a partition table in place,…the second layer in the Windows server…preparation of a hard-drive…is specifying the type of disk.…
AuthorScott M Burrell
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