For Cloud Servers running Windows Server 2019 or 2022
If you assign a block of storage to Windows Cloud server, you must then mount it. In this article, we'll show you how.
You have created a storage block.
You have assigned the storage block to the server.
You have logged on to the server as an administrator.
Open the Server Manager.
Click Tools > Computer Management.
From the menu bar on the left, click Storage > Disk Management. The
assigned Storage block is displayed as a disk with the status Unknown. In addition, the associated memory space is not allocated.
Click with the right mouse button on the name of the data carrier.
Right-click the volume name again.
Click Disk Initialization.
In the Disk Initialization window, enable the GPT (GUID Partition Table) partition style.
Click with the right mouse button on the black area of the data carrier.
Click New Simple Volume. The Create New Simple Volumes Wizard
Click Next. The Set Volume Size
Leave the default setting and click Next.
Select the desired drive letter and click Next.
Optional: If you are using the Storage block for the first time, you must format this drive before using it for the first time. When you format the drive, all the data on it is deleted. To format the Storage block, select Format this volume with the following settings and select the desired settings.
The storage block is now formatted and will be displayed as an additional drive in Windows Explorer.
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