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Topic # 95883 15-Jan-2012 23:56
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I have a 2008r2 Server running, and a second hard drive, every time i reboot i have to assign drive letter and re-share my folders. is there a setting to make 2k8 server from doing this?

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  Reply # 569326 16-Jan-2012 09:19
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What hardware are you running the server on?

Also has this happened since you put the HDD in or after updates?

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  Reply # 569334 16-Jan-2012 09:36
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It should remember the drive letter by default.

I've seen this kind of issue before where the storage controller drivers were causing this problem... this particular motherboard/system was an intel chipset board and updated intel drivers fixed it.

What is the make/model of the motherboard?

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 569336 16-Jan-2012 09:39
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Ragnor: It should remember the drive letter by default.

I've seen this kind of issue before where the storage controller drivers were causing this problem... this particular motherboard/system was an intel chipset board and updated intel drivers fixed it.

What is the make/model of the motherboard?


+1 - update your storage controller drivers. Windows update is the first port of call, failing that look them up on the manufacturers website 





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