2TB harddisk shows 1TB in Explorer

In the short past I added a brand new WesternDigital Black WD2002FAEX to the file server. After a couple of days I saw in Windows Explorer not the expected 2TB but 1TB. When troubleshooting diskpart, chkdsk, third party software, showing 1862GB that is 1.8 Tb. I searched the internet for a time but I didn’t find the answer on my question.

Meanwhile I sorted some data and at that time I found the reason from the mistake. At the volume I enabled in the File Server Resource Manager  a quota of 1TB! A stupid mistake but I shared this for the people who also are seeking a solution for a hazy problem 🙂

WDS & MDT How to implement

Step By Step:

  1. Make sure you have infrastructure setup (AD, DNS, DHCP)  Download files; Prepare for deployment Learn more about the MDT 2010
    1. Download the Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2010
    2. Download WAIK for Windows 7 {large ISO}
    3. Download Windows 7 Deployment Guide
  2. Install Windows Deployment Services role [WDS] {Server Manager: Roles – Add Windows Deployment Services [defaults for all except turn on “respond to all clients”]}
  3. Install Microsoft Deployment Toolkit [MDT] {Learn more about the MDT 2010}
  4. Install Automated Installation Kit [AIK]
  5. Create MDT 2010 Deployment Share {deployment workbench: right-click deployment share}
  6. Add Operating System Files to the deployment Share {Deployment Workbench: Operating Systems: Action Pane: click Import Operating System}
  7. Add Drivers {Deployment Workbench: Out-Of-Box Drivers: Action Pane: click Import Drivers; browse to location of drivers}
  8. Note: We did not add applications but you can do that just as easily.  You just need the media and you need to know what the parameter [switch] to do a quiet install.  For office 2007 the switch is “setup”
  9. Create Task Sequence {Deployment Workbench: Task Sequence: Action Pane: click New Task Sequence [Turn on sysprep and capture computer]}
  10. Update Deployment Share {Deployment Workbench: MDT Deployment Share: Action Pane: click Update Deployment Share}  [This creates your WIM and ISO files based on the configuration from above]
  11. Import Boot WIM to WDS: Now we need to import the files create above into our Windows Deployment Services. {Server Manager: Roles: Windows Deployment Services:Servers:FQDNofServer:Boot Images – Right Click – Add Boot Image – Browse to location of \\severname\deplymentshare$\boot\LiteTouchPE_x??}
  12. Network Boot the Reference Computer {Boot and press F12 for PXE Boot [note if using Hyper-V virtual guest you have to use a legacy NIC to do PXE boot] Follow on-screen prompts}
  13. Add Captured Reference Image to Deployment Workbench {Deployment Workbench: Operating Systems: Action Pane: click Import Operating System – change to “Custom WIM” and select the WIM from the Captures share \\servername\deploymentshare$\captures}
  14. Create task Sequence for Target Computer {Deployment Workbench: Task Sequence: Action Pane: click New Task Sequence [leave sysprep and capture computer off]}
  15. PXE Boot Target computer to deploy image 🙂

In case this walk through was not enough detail for you… Here is where you can get some more help on these topics:

Even More resources…Thanks to John Baker

See more at: this blog or look at the video at this page.

Bootvis versus Xperf

Bootvis versus WDT http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/performance/default.aspx

 

http://blogs.msdn.com/b/jimmymay/archive/2009/11/24/xperf-install-windows-performance-toolkit-wpt-with-242mb-download-not-2-5gb-windows-7-sdk-part-2.aspx

De link voor de kleine download gebruikt. Deze download winsdk_web.exe. Die installeren en dan bovenstaand artikel doorlopen.

Ook een complete download van de 1e iso uit 1e artikel. Deze niet gebruikt