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Using PowerShell I select one Volume querying by name and filesystem with this line:

$volume = Get-Disk | Get-Partition | Get-Volume | Where { $_.FileSystemType -eq 'NTFS' -and $_.FileSystemLabel -eq 'MainOS' } |  Select -index 0

But after that, I want to know in which Disk is this Volume located.

I thought that the Volume object would have a DiskId property, but it doesn't.

Then, how can I know the DiskId of the Volume?

  • You might be making your life more difficult by trying to do all of that in a single pipeline. You almost certainly have the information you need from the Get-Disk,or Get-Partition results, but you won't be easily able access those results after the Get-Volume. – Zoredache Jun 5 '18 at 21:22
  • Should I use nested foreachs then? – SuperJMN Jun 5 '18 at 21:34
  • Are you trying to only do this at athe prompt or are you writing a script that you plan to save to a file. – EBGreen Jun 5 '18 at 21:57
  • I'm trying to create a Volume inside the same Disk where the "MainOS" Volume resides. I use this volume to identify the correct disk. – SuperJMN Jun 6 '18 at 7:31
  • I'll ask again...Are you trying to do this at the powershell prompt? Or are you doing it in a script? – EBGreen Jun 6 '18 at 12:16
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Alright, well here is a way to do it. I only have one drive to look at right now but this should point you in the right direction:

#Get the Volume labeled MainOS with a File type of NTFS
$volume = Get-Volume -FileSystemLabel | Where-Object{$_.FileSystemType -eq 'NTFS'}
# Use the volume's driveletter to get the partition
$partition = Get-Partition -DriveLetter $volume.DriveLetter
# use the partition's disknumber to get the disk
$disk = Get-Disk -Number $partition.DiskNumber

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