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Any of the following symptoms may occur:
The symptoms that are listed in the "Symptoms" section of this article can occur if the Logical Disk Manager Administrative service is set to a startup type of Automatic instead of the default setting of Manual.
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To resolve this issue, set the startup type for the Logical Disk Manager Administrative service to Manual. You must make this change in the registry instead of in Microsoft Management Console (MMC) because of the problems that are caused by the incorrect setting. To change the setting:
The Logical Disk Manager Administrative service is started only when the Disk Management snap-in is in use.
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