JSI Tip 6374. When you use a remote Terminal Server client to perform Disk Management tasks on a Windows 200x server, you experience strange behavior?

When you use a remote Terminal Server client to perform Disk Management tasks on a Windows 200x server, you may experience any of the following:

- When you change a drive letter, the change is NOT immediately visible.

- When you create or remove a partition, the label, as viewed in drive Properties, is inaccurate, and the new partition may report 0 bytes.

- When you view a Cluster Server and failover occurs, the drive letter may be ? or you can't access it.

To workaround these problem, log off after your change a drive letter from a remote Terminal Server client and log back on.



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