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    Windows Home Server questions about hard drive space:

    Max volume size of "DATA":

    What is the maximum size that the data volume can get. I currently have 4 TB and I want to add more drives.

    Physical hard size:

    What is the maximum phyiscal drives can be attached to Whs, I currently have three 1 TB drives and two 500 gb drives in the server.
    I was wanting to get 2TB drive, and I know that there is 4TB drives out there. Will home server see 4 TB drives.

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    Not sure what the maximum is but here's an article about a 32TB system - Home Server Hacks: A 32TB Windows Home Server (Breaking the 16TB Barrier). Another that mentions a system with 27 hard drives - Windows Home Server Team Blog : How many hard drives do you have in your home server?. I've seen a post about a 37 drive system but can't find it right now.

    Another rather long thread to read - Maximum data drive size?.

    You should also check out the forums at MediaSmartServer.net The Windows Home Server Enthusiast Community. Srr the blog roll section at the bottom right for more very good WHS sites.

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