In addition to the tools for managing disks in WS2003, you can also
commands to manage and defragment volumes and partitions from the
command line or to schedule disk-management tasks.
Disk Management, a snap-in that is part of Computer Management, is the primary tool for managing disks on local or remote computers. It can be used to add and remove disks, create and manage partitions and volumes, change drive letters, mount volumes, create fault-tolerant volumes, configure disk quotas, and so on. The way Disk Management displays information can be changed using the View menu as follows.
Lets you display one of three views in the top portion of the righthand pane
Provides information about the physical disks (hard drives, CD-ROM drives, and so on) in your system
Provides information about the partitions, volumes, and logical drives on your hard disks
Shows information about the partitions, volumes, and logical drives on your disks using color-coded regions
Lets you do the same and also lets you hide the bottom pane entirely, which is useful if you have a lot of disks or volumes on your system
Lets you change the color coding and horizontal scaling of the regions in Graphical view
Displays any drive paths (volume mount points) on a disk system that is configured for dynamic storage
This snap-in, also part of Computer ...