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What's to say. Basically eye deep in SharePoint,ASP.net and C# technologies

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accepted Why have multiple partitions on a windows server?
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comment Why have multiple partitions on a windows server?
I would beleive, knowing who works with me, that the default 10GB does actually come the default dell setup. The raid angle is interesting. More of an arguement for having different disks though right. Raiding on partitions would seem to negate the reason for a Raid in the first place. Wouldn't a "real" drive failure cause more havoc if it was hosting multiple partitions that no longer existed?
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revised Why have multiple partitions on a windows server?
Added a synopsis and am still questioning the real reason.
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comment Why have multiple partitions on a windows server?
On of the most interesting uses of junction point I heard of
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comment Document Control System
Totally agree. Upgrading to Moss is a no brainer if you want to do so later on.
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comment Why have multiple partitions on a windows server?
I can understand that if we are talking just restoring the os. There are many applications, MS apps specifically, that even if you tell them to use the 'D' drive, they still want some space on the 'C' drive. Wouldn't this mean restoring the whole server anyway? If so, you aren't gaining additiona benefit from some potential system fault and causeing additional configuration to take place to get back up and running.
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