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Dec
23
revised Clustered SAN volumes not showing up in Windows Explorer
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Dec
16
comment Clustered SAN volumes not showing up in Windows Explorer
I do know, it is FC. I stand by my previous statement. Before my post was edited by @Coops it said " I'm still somewhat of a newbie to clustering and I'm a DBA, not a sysadmin." If this disqualifies me from posting go ahead and downvote or ask for it to be removed, but I'm sure the answer will be useful to others and that's the point of this site.
Dec
16
comment Clustered SAN volumes not showing up in Windows Explorer
Where should I be then? Are you asking if they are SSD's, RAID type, what? No need to be a dick.
Dec
15
comment Clustered SAN volumes not showing up in Windows Explorer
Not sure, what are my options?
Dec
15
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Dec
15
revised Clustered SAN volumes not showing up in Windows Explorer
clarification
Dec
15
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Dec
15
revised Clustered SAN volumes not showing up in Windows Explorer
clarification
Dec
15
comment Clustered SAN volumes not showing up in Windows Explorer
Maybe my terminology is wrong. They are volumes that are shared across the cluster with mapped drive letters (they are not using the SMB share thing that started in Windows Server 2012 clustering). It's not a file server resource and neither physical server can see it.
Dec
15
asked Clustered SAN volumes not showing up in Windows Explorer
Nov
25
comment robocopy transfer file and not folder
This did not work for me, I had to follow @KPWINC's instructions and leave the file name out of the source path.
Nov
24
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