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So it can get confusing.
I’ve created a 1. Go to original post. I know that is a rather simplistic answer, but it would work.
Please type your message and try again. Maybe this will help you out, http: If you are talking about using Virtual Disk VHD drives and want to identify if a drive is physical or virtual, the Powershell command:.
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Can I determine if a drive is physical or virtual just from the drive path? I knew there had to be an easy way.
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Please enter a title. We’re using Windows Server.
It doesn’t require “low level programming” at least not by my definition. I have the same question Show 0 Likes 0.
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My question is, can we somehow see if the drive is physical or virtual, given the drive path? Of course, you will need to do more work to map from the drive letter to the model, but I wouldn’t call writing a script very low-level. Got it guys thanks. In windows I know which disk it is Disk 8 but how do I know which disk is disk 8 on the edit settings tab? I think it’s obvious which one is the Virtual device!
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The simple answer to the question: Is there a tool out there dissk does this? That is what I ended up doing. I’ve added four virtual disks all the same size GB to this Windows VM and now I need to expand one of the specific disks. Right click on the grey portion of the lower display for the disks and select properties. You should approach this problem virgual way. An Dorfer 1, 2 7