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The thing is we have more than msfh, physical and virtual. Please enter a title. Every time that you add a virtual disk windows will assign the lowest Disk number starting from 0.
This content has been marked as final. If you are talking about using Virtual Disk VHD drives and want to identify if a drive is physical or virtual, the Powershell command: Is there a tool out there that does this?
Even if it is the last one you extend it is only a few Mb. I think it’s obvious which one is the Virtual device!
Post as a guest Name. Email Required, but never shown. You will find these IDs in the properties of the volumes in the Windows disk manager. You could just extend the disks by 1mb virhual you see the right one change. It doesn’t require “low level programming” at least not by my definition.