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Missing Drives on Remote server


Missing Drives on Remote server

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how to find missing drives using T-SQL

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Hi,

I am looking to find missing drives on remote server. actually we are monitoring bulk servers, but we got some issue with one server that one drive is disapeared. we don't have any choice until it come to notice. later backups failures started and we identified drive is missed. can anyone help me to find those issue using T-SQL script. or even it would be better in anyway to find those issues.

Replays are most welcome.

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You need to log on that server and checked it out is there Drive still there or not if not check you windows log.
In worst case if it is gone or not in repairable then you need to re-add that Drive
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