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Disk Manager

The familiar standalone Disk Administrator program from NT 4 is gone in Windows 2000, replaced by a Microsoft Management Console (MMC) snap-in contained within the Computer Management program. The Disk Manager in Windows 2000 is responsible for the creation, deletion, alteration, and maintenance of storage volumes in a system. Using the Disk Manager, you also can assign the drive letters used by your CD and hard disk drives.

Figure 33.2 shows the MMC program with the Disk Manager snap-in.


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