LAB 6 WORKSHEET

WORKING WITH DISKS

This lab contains the following exercises and activities:
Exercise 6.1 Exercise 6.2 Exercise 6.3 Exercise 6.4 Exercise 6.5 Exercise 6.6 Lab Review Lab Challenge Workstation Reset Creating a Simple Volume Extending a Volume Creating Additional Volumes Mounting a Volume Removing Volumes Creating a Spanned Volume Questions Creating a Striped Volume Returning to Baseline

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Exam 70-646 Exercise 6. you create a new simple volume on the server where the accountants can store their data.81 GB Total disk size 1 NTFS partition Number and type of partitions 1. In this exercise.2 MOAC Windows Server 2008 Administrator. Karen now sees the advantage of storing the department’s data files on a volume separate from the operating system and application files.1 Overview Creating a Simple Volume Thanks to your instruction.71GB Amount of unallocated space . 10 minutes Completion time Table 6-1 Disk Information Disk 1 Basic Disk type (basic or dynamic) 9.

Press Ctrl+Prt Scr to take a screen shot of the Disk Management snap-in. . showing the volume you created. and then press Ctrl+V to paste the resulting image into the lab06_worksheet file in the page provided.Lab 6: Working with Disks 3 13.

Question 3 What is the result? Diskpart Successfully extended the partition . Table 6-2 Unallocated Space Remaining Disk 1 Unallocated space left (gigabytes) 757 MB Unallocated space left (megabytes) Question 2 What is the number of the 1-GB partition you created earlier in this exercise? Partition Number 3. For this task.4 MOAC Windows Server 2008 Administrator.exe command line utility. Exam 70-646 Exercise 6. 15 minutes Completion time Question 1 What is the result? The Folder can’t be located. you decide to extend the Karen1 volume by using some of the unallocated space left on the disk. She has been diligently moving the department’s data files to the volume you created for her.2 Overview Extending a Volume A few days later. but she has now run out of disk space. The volume was not big enough! To address the problem. you intend to use the Diskpart. you receive another call from Karen.

. and then press Ctrl+V to paste the resulting image into the lab06_worksheet file in the page provided. showing the extended volume.Lab 6: Working with Disks 5 14. Press Ctrl+P rt Scr to take a screen shot of the Disk Management snap-in.

Therefore. 10 minutes How much available shrink space is contained in the volume? 549MB How is the last volume you created different from the previous ones? Explain why. The size of the volume is different. Exercise 6. By shrinking the file it made the volumes less than 2000MB What do you suppose would happen if you created another simple volume out of the free space left on the disk? I think that the it will run out of resourse.3 Overview Creating Additional Volumes Karen is thrilled at the idea of storing her department’s data files in separate volumes. However. and now she wants you to create more partitions on her server. Completion time Question 5 Question 6 Question 7 .6 MOAC Windows Server 2008 Administrator. Exam 70-646 What is the result? Question 4 I can access the Server DC but I still do not see any intall folder. you used all of the available space to create her Karen1 volume. you have to shrink the Karen1 volume to create room for the additional volumes she wants.

. and then press Ctrl+V to paste the resulting image into the lab06_worksheet file in the page provided. showing the volumes you created. Press Ctrl+Prt Scr to take a screen shot of the Disk Management snap-in.Lab 6: Working with Disks 7 7.

The extend option is grayed out. Exam 70-646 Exercise 6. What is the result? It was successful .8 MOAC Windows Server 2008 Administrator. You decide to provide her with additional space by creating a volume and mounting it in a folder on the Karen1 volume.4 Overview Mounting a Volume Karen calls yet again to tell you that she needs still more space on her Karen1 volume. but is unable to expand it. 15 minutes Completion time Question 8 Question 9 Were you successful? No.

Lab 6: Working with Disks 9 13. showing the volumes you created. Press Ctrl+Prt Scr to take a screen shot of the Disk Management snap-in. . and then press Ctrl+V to paste the resulting image into the lab06_worksheet file in the page provided.

612.299 bytes Free space 103. 640 bytes Used space 89. Question 11 Question 12 .4MB Does the free space on Karen4 reflect the space available on the Karen1 volume as well? No. According to the status bar.PC it is 85. It is its own Partition and has no effect on others. Exam 70-646 Table 6-3 Karen1 (S:) Properties Megabytes 14.804. The capacity of Karen 4 is S.928 Capacity Gigabytes Question 10 Does the capacity of the S: drive reflect the addition of the mounted Karen4 volume? Yes.10 MOAC Windows Server 2008 Administrator.192. how much free space is on the Karen4 volume? According to my volume on my V.

so not it is just Free space of Disk 0. plus one large data volume. What is the maximum amount of space that you can use to extend the Karen1 volume? Question 14 301 MB Question 15 Why can’t you extend the Karen1 volume by using all of the remaining space on the disk? Because you can only extend space that is available on a logical drive. so she wants to consolidate the disk into just two volumes: her original volume.Lab 6: Working with Disks 11 Exercise 6. which will be a spanned volume that uses all of the available space on Disk 0 plus all of the space on the second hard disk in the computer. 10 minutes Completion time Question 13 Why doesn’t the disk space used by the Karen3 and Karen4 volumes appear in the Disk Management snap-in as unallocated? Because the space has already been shrunk. .5 Overview Removing Volumes The Accounting department server currently has five volumes on its disk: three primary partitions and one extended partition with two logical drives. Karen and her staff have found it difficult to manage their files with so many volumes.

Open the Disk Management snap-in.12 MOAC Windows Server 2008 Administrator. . Exam 70-646 Workstation Reset: Returning to Baseline Completion time 10 minutes To return the computer to its baseline state. 1. 2. complete the following procedure. Delete all of the volumes on both disks except for the original C: volume that contains the operating system.

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