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Data Storage and Management

Data storage and management innovations in Microsoft® Windows® 2000 include Removable Storage and Remote Storage. The overall storage architecture changes provided with Windows 2000 allow users more manageable storage flexibility. They also allow users to take advantage of current storage concepts, including bulk media changers and libraries, data-vaulting managers, and fault-tolerant storage subsystems that are being introduced by a variety of vendors.

In This Chapter

Overview of Data Management

Removable Storage

Remote Storage

Disk Management

Disk Quotas

Related Information in the Resource Kit

  • For more information about NTFS and file systems, see "File Systems" in this book.

  • For information about backing up data to Remote Storage, see "Backup" in this book.

  • For more information about restoring data from Remote Storage, see "Repair, Recovery, and Restore" in this book.

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