So let us say we want to create a new partition and we right click on the unallocated space then we have the option to click on new partitions so let us click on new partition. This takes us into the new partition wizard click on next it says "Ok you want to create a primary partition or do you want to create an extended partition?" It has description of what each is primary partition and then extended partition, as I said you have kind of mix match the term of partition and volume. But know that on the test when Microsoft says volume they are talking about a dynamic disk otherwise they will use the word partition. We will talk about where that becomes more important later on. So let us say I wanted to create in this case another primary partition, so I click on primary partition, click on next it says "o,k how big do you want the primary partition to be"? So we can have a minimum of 4 Mb otherwise the partition can be created. I in other words we got have at least minimum of 4 mega bytes. The faster that I want to be able to format it the smaller the disk should be in this case as far as demonstration is concerned. So I am going to say I want it to be 5 mega bytes. We probably would never create a partition that is that small, but I want to format it very fast. So I click on next and says, "ok what drive letter do you want to assign it?" Notice then that it starts with H, that is because everything before H is taken. It says you can use B if you want, but we recommend to start with H and go unto Z. It is because B is that 5 1/2 inch floppy drive that no body even uses. Sometimes we might want to use B if we already used all the rest of the letter and decided not to mount for this. Notice then we could also mount to a following empty NTFS folder. If we haven't already created the folder that we want to mount a drive to then we can click on browse and click on new folder, so if you we wanted to create the folder like for example say this for sales team we can say we want to mount this to the sales folder. So we create the folder and mount the drive at the same time. That knows that I am doing this on a basic disk so mounting drives to folder doesn't require dynamic disks. It does require NTFS. But my disk is formatted with NTFS or my C drive formatted to NTFS. So we can use it. So we can choose a letter in alphabet or we can mount the drive to the folder. In this case we are mounting the letter to the folder. It says "ok when file system do you want this to be?" I will leave this as NTFS and leave defaults, allocation unit size at default, new volume I can leave as new volume or I can change it whatever I want it to be. In this case perhaps sales and if it is already been formatted before I can do a quick format but if it hasn't been formatted before which this hasn't because it is unallocated space then I can't do a quick format. So I am going to click on next, the wizard says "ok this is what you said you wanted to do, you wanted to make a partition, it is only 5 mega bytes in size and you wont be able to format it to NTFS which I can barely do and you want then for volume label to be called sales and you don't me to quick format so you want to see me got through whole formatting process". And as far as photo compression is concerted now you don't what it compressed. I say yup, that's fine. Click on finish the system will create the partition and notice that it is creating a little bit larger than what I said. We will talk about why it does that in little while here. We can talk about the difference between basic and dynamic disk and then it formats the disk and comes back and formats the partition. It comes back and says, "ok there it is, there is your sales volume". Now if we take a look at C and if we take a look at explorer at the root of C:\ we will also see the sales volume because we mounted it to folder that we created. So now let us right click on start click on explorer and we are going to the root goes to C: and we see our sales volume in C: this is how we can easily create partitions within Server 2003. But as we said there are limitations to partitions, and we talked about what the limitations are. So we want to overcome all this limitations so that we can create as many volumes as we want call them whatever we want and not have that limitation of only being able to have 24 logical divisions on disk, then we can convert our disks to dynamic disk there are the reasons why want to convert a disk to dynamic disk as well. So we will talk about converting our disk in our next section.
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