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    Default Question regarding disks in Windows VM's

    This came up at work the other day. Say I have 3 disks in a 2012 VM, each with a fixed size of 100GB.

    Now if I need to add space to ONLY 1 of the disks, how would I go about finding the SPECIFIC one I want to add space to?

    Hope this makes sense and thanks guys.
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    Being able to script this, modularize it, and run remotely has saved me dozens of hours in the past year. Though, you have to thrown in diskpart scripts into the mix to actually manipulate the disks for 2008 R2 and earlier.
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