Chapter 19. Storage Management

This chapter introduces Microsoft Windows Server 2003 storage management. Data is stored throughout the enterprise on a variety of systems and storage devices, the most common of which are hard disk drives but also can include storage management devices and removable media devices. Managing and maintaining the myriad of systems and storage devices is the responsibility of administrators. If a storage device fails, runs out of space, or encounters other problems, serious negative consequences can result. Servers could crash, applications could stop ...

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