1.Press and hold or right-click the file or directory in File Explorer, and then tap or click Properties.. TABLE 2–1Understanding and resolving volume status issuesSTATUSDESCRIPTIONRESOLUTIONData IncompleteSpanned volumes on a foreign disk are incomplete. You must have forgotten to add the other disks from the spanned volume set.Add the disks that contain the rest of the spanned volumes, and then import all the disks at one time.Data Not RedundantFault-tolerant volumes on a foreign disk are incomplete. You must have forgotten to add the other disks from a mirror or RAID-5 set.Add the remaining disks, and then import all the disks at one time.FailedAn error disk status. The disk is inaccessible or damaged.Ensure that the related dynamic disk is online. As necessary, press and hold or right-click the volume, and then tap or click Reactivate Volume. For a basic disk, you might need to check the disk for a faulty connection.Failed RedundancyAn error disk status. One of the disks in a mirror or RAID-5 set is offline.Ensure that the related dynamic disk is online. If necessary, reactivate the volume. Next, you might need to replace a failed mirror or repair a failed RAID-5 volume.FormattingA temporary status that indicates the volume is being formatted.The progress of the formatting is indicated as the percent complete unless you choose the Perform A Quick Format option.HealthyThe normal volume status.The volume doesn’t have any known problems. You don’t need to take any corrective action.Healthy (At Risk)Windows had problems reading from or writing to the physical disk on which the dynamic volume is located. This status appears when Windows encounters errors.Press and hold or right-click the volume, and then tap or click Reactivate Volume. If the disk continues to have this status or has this status periodically, the disk might be failing, and you should back up all data on the disk.Healthy (Unknown Partition)Windows does not recognize the partition. This can occur because the partition is from a different operating system or is a manufacturer-created partition used to store system files.No corrective action is necessary.InitializingA temporary status that indicates the disk is being initialized.The drive status should change after a few seconds.RegeneratingA temporary status that indicates that data and parity for a RAID-5 volume are being regenerated.Progress is indicated as the percent complete. The volume should return to Healthy status.ResynchingA temporary status that indicates that a mirror set is being resynchronized.Progress is indicated as the percent complete. The volume should return to Healthy status.Stale DataData on foreign disks that are fault tolerant are out of sync.Rescan the disks or restart the computer, and then check the status. A new status should be displayed, such as Failed Redundancy.UnknownThe volume cannot be accessed. It might have a corrupted boot sector.The volume might have a boot sector virus. Check it with an up-todate antivirus program. Rescan the disks or restart the computer, and then check the status.. Volumes are listed regardless of whether the underlying disks are physical or virtual. Press and hold or right-click a volume to display management options, including the following:. [Картинка: _26.png]. Configuring standard file sharing [Картинка: pic_19.png]. 4.If you enable the policy setting, specify how the policy setting is to be used by configuring any additional options.. ?Computer and user scripts. ? Redirect To The Following LocationIf you select this option, the folder is redirected to the location you enter in the Root Path text box. Here, you typically want to use an environment variable to customize the folder location for each user. For example, you could use the root path value \\Zeta\UserData\%UserName%\docs.. Assigning user logon and logoff scripts. You can view and set general options for a software package by following these steps:. 2.In the GPMC, press and hold or right-click the GPO you want to use for the deployment, and then tap or click Edit.. Note that by default, Windows 8.1 and Windows Server 2012 R2 use Windows Update to download Windows Components in addition to binaries for roles, role services, and features. If the Windows diagnostics framework detects that a Windows component needs to be repaired, Windows uses Windows Update to download the component. If an administrator is trying to install a role, role service, or feature and the payload is missing, Windows uses Windows Update to download the related binaries.. ?Installing a DHCP server. You can use the DNS Manager console to manage servers running DNS by following these steps:. ? Windows Server BackupA basic and easy-to-use backup and recovery utility. When this feature is installed on a server, you can open the tool by using the Tools menu in Server Manager..