We host our Windows Server 2016 Virtual Machines on Azure and I am having a problem to expand one Virtual Disk on the Storage Pool after having expanded the disk on Azure.
The Virtual Disk is a simple 300GB. The Physical disk is an Azure 300GB (Premium SSD), as you can see in the image below.
I expanded the Azure disk to 400GB, but this change was not reflected in the physical disk on Storage Spaces. Instead, it mounts my old disk just as it was before, and present another 400GB disk with 100GB free space.
How can I expand my Virtual Disk to 400GB? Is it actually possible or I would have to add another 300GB disk and expand in 300GB increments due to the column size? Am I misusing Storage Spaces on this scenario and instead it should be just a simple volume on windows?