As the question suggests, where can I find dskprobe.exe for Windows Server 2012 R2? I need dskprobe to recover a deleted partition and I can not find the application anywhere on my server and looking for it on the web seems to be a very hard task. Did they do away with it? It so, will old versions built for old OSs still work on 2012 R2?
This is how I'm trying to recover my partition that was deleted as cited on this microsoft article.
To Recover a Deleted NTFS Volume
Re-create the exact same volume but choose not to format it. This may be difficult if you do not remember the exact size you had created originally, especially because the Disk Management snap-in tends to round partition sizes.
Using Dskprobe.exe, recover the backup boot sector for the NTFS volume from the end of the volume. Because it is a dynamic volume you may need to use Dmdiag.exe to help find the backup boot sector, or search for it by using Dskprobe.exe (on the Tools menu, click Search Sectors).
After rewriting the NTFS boot sector, quit Dskprobe.
In Disk Management, click Rescan Disks on the Action menu. This should mount the volume for immediate use.