You are configuring a disk array on a new server, and you need to configure Windows to use mirroring to duplicate information across disk drives. What kind of Windows disk should you create to support this requirement?
E) Redundancy is overrated. Save some money and buy fewer drives.
The answer: B) Dynamic
Windows dynamic drives support spanning, striping, and mirroring. Basic disks are, well, basic, and don’t include any of these advanced features.
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