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noor parkar

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Hi All Gurus,

Maximum partition sizes in Windows Server 2003 Editions?
Could anyone out there please clarify for me the maximum formattable partition size is for the following Windows Server 2003 Editions?

Windows Server 2003 Standard -
Windows Server 2003 Enterprise -
Windows Server 2003 Datecenter -

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Murray S.

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The operating system has very little bearing on partition sizes, it is the file format that makes the difference.

So, anything formatted NTFS (all Server 2003 versions) can handle up to 256TB (terrabytes).

A quick Google or Dogpile search would have given you that info.

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