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SBS 2003 & Disk Space

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#1 compucure


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Posted 28 October 2009 - 02:37 AM

I am running SBS 2003. There is very little disk space left on the Hard Drive. I also have a Raid Array with four Hard Drives attached. Unfortunately, this array was never configured during setup of server, so they are redundant.

My questions are:

1. Can I utilise these "spare" Drives as external storage or can I/should I, at this late stage setup my Raid Array?

2. If I add an external Hard Drive to the server to free up space, what would be the best "stuff" to move across?

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