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JSI Tip 4009. How do I set up Windows 2000 fault-tolerant sets on dynamic disks?

Microsoft Knowledge Base Article 298155 contains the following summary:

Windows 2000 supports two types of fault-tolerant volumes: mirrored volumes and RAID-5 volumes. This article describes how to set up fault-tolerant sets on dynamic disks in Windows 2000. This article includes basic procedures and a checklist for creating and modifying a fault-tolerant set. A fault-tolerant set includes a stripe set, a stripe set with parity, a volume set, and a disk mirror/duplex.

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